James Flynn - Companies facing complicated disputes, especially over intellectual property, turn to Jim Flynn for creative solutions. Jim is known among clients and colleagues for his willingness to tackle unusual challenges and act quickly in time-sensitive matters. To help clients prevail in such cases, he applies novel arguments that stand up to scrutiny, even as the law continues to evolve. His intellectual property matters have included those intersecting with popular culture such as his successful representation as lead trial and appellate counsel of the famed singing group The Drifters in securing, after many years and the awarding of a fraudulently obtained registration to another troupe, federal trademark rights for his client and the invalidation of adversary’s registration. As the Managing Director of the firm, Jim has played an instrumental role in the development and enhancement of Epstein Becker Green’s mission, vision, and values. Early in his leadership tenure, the firm joined forces with Deloitte Legal in an alliance to expand each’s ability to serve clients with global employment and workforce needs. He frequently speaks and writes about many topics, including copyrights and trademarks, confidentiality, trade secrets, evidence rules, trial practice, and attorney ethics, as noted here and at ILN IP Insider, where he is a frequent blogger on intellectual property topics with international import.