Founding Partner Lynda Calderone Recognized as SJ Magazine’s 2019 Top Attorney

Calderone Bullock LLC is pleased to announce its founding attorney has been named 2019 Top Attorneys in South Jersey Magazine’s Top Attorneys edition.  It is proud to receive this honor in its first year as a women-owned law firm focused on putting clients’ needs first.

This carefully selected list of attorneys is based on peer voting for lawyers who are the best in their respective fields and “make a remarkable impact in the courthouse and beyond,” according to the editors of the magazine. S.J. Magazine features top attorneys in a variety of practice areas. Partner Lynda Calderone was nominated and selected based on her experience and work in her field.

“Calderone Bullock LLC is a new law firm founded in 2019, even though each of its partners has been practicing in the Delaware Valley area for the majority of our respective careers,” said Lynda Calderone, partner at Calderone Bullock. “We were especially surprised and honored that our colleagues recognized us and voted for Carrie and me for inclusion in the 2019 SJ Magazine ‘Best Attorneys’ list.  It is just one more reason for us to celebrate our firm.  Calderone Bullock is dedicated to excellence in client service while maintaining a flexible work environment for our team.  We thank our amazing clients and our colleagues in the bar for supporting us in our new endeavor.”

About Lynda Calderone

Lynda Calderone is a founding partner of Calderone Bullock LLC and was chosen as top attorney in the areas of Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law. She has an extensive background in intellectual property prosecution and litigation, with a focus on patent law. Prior to founding Calderone Bullock LLC, she was previously the Chair and founding shareholder of the Intellectual Property Department at a mid-sized New Jersey law firm. Calderone serves a wide variety of U.S. and foreign clients in the areas of portfolio management, global patent prosecution, litigation, appellate matters and proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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