Honorable Gerald Mossinghoff of Oblon, Spivak Selected for IP Hall of Fame 2007

October 5, 2007 – Firm News

For Immediate Release

(October 5, 2007) Alexandria, Va. – Gerald J. Mossinghoff, senior counsel with Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, P.C., has been selected for the IP Hall of Fame 2007, which honors a select group of individuals worldwide who have played a major role in the creation of today’s IP system. This year, Mr. Mossinghoff is one of nine prominent members of the global IP community to be inducted.

“We are delighted that Gerald Mossinghoff has been recognized by this esteemed international IP group. It is a true honor, and we are extremely proud of his continuing accomplishments,” said Gregory J. Maier, the firm’s managing partner.

According to Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine, which designed the IP Hall of Fame, inductees are selected for the outstanding contribution they have made to the development of IP law and practice, helping to establish IP as one of the key business assets of the 21st century. The first inductees were announced in 2006 and included former U.S. presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, celebrated French author Victor Hugo and inventor Thomas Edison, as well as more current names such as Marshall Phelps of Microsoft, former U.S. senator Birch Bayh and British judge Lord Justice Robin Jacob. For more information on the IP Hall of Fame and the IP Hall of Fame Academy, visit www.iphalloffame.com.

Assisting clients for 40 years, Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, P.C., in Alexandria, Va., is one of the largest intellectual property specialty firms in the United States. The firm provides a full range of intellectual property services, including litigation matters in all courts. The firm also continues to have a significant trademark, copyright and patent interference practice.