Mark Puzella ’94 joined the law firm of Fish and Richardson in Boston as a principal in its intellectual property litigation group. He will continue to focus his practice on copyright, trademark, false advertising and licensing disputes for clients. Previously a partner at Goodwin Procter, he had recently served as co-lead counsel for Aereo, Inc., in a high-profile copyright case brought by major television networks regarding technology that enables access to over-the-air television broadcast signals and other services.
Attorney Ann Cathcart Chaplin, the litigation practice group leader at Fish, says that the addition of Puzella “will help us build on our momentum in this area” of copyright and trademark litigation practice.
Both The Legal 500 and The World Trademark Review 1000 have named Puzella a leading IP litigator. A history major at Wesleyan, he received his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.