George Xixis Joins White and Williams Boston Office
White and Williams is pleased to welcome George Xixis as Counsel in the Boston office. George joins the Business Department with a focus on intellectual property, corporate and securities and healthcare issues.
“We are delighted to have George join our Business Department and further add to our growing presence in the Boston market. George’s background and experience on corporate and securities, as well as pharmaceutical and intellectual property matters, will further strengthen our existing capabilities,” said Maulin Vidwans, Chair of the Business Department.
Xixis provides both legal and strategic advice to companies with complex needs across the biotechnological, pharmaceutical, chemical and medical device spaces. He brings significant experience in intellectual property portfolio development and management, including patent prosecution, due diligence and patent litigation as well as licensing and strategic alliances. In addition, he is familiar with the regulatory and compliance issues associated with these practices. Xixis has worked with organizations of various sizes, from solo inventors and start ups to Fortune 100 companies, assisting in optimizing growth strategies.
“White and Williams is very client focused. Many people say so, but White and Williams lawyers always have the best interests of clients in mind when rendering advice. Having been both an in-house attorney and outside counsel I am very good at spotting value in legal services and the folks at White and Williams epitomize that concept,” said Xixis.
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