Eric Osterberg got his high profile start representing Orion pictures in a copyright infringement case involving a character called Lone Wolf McQuade. Now, after nearly three decades of work in the intellectual property practice area for firms of varying sizes, including the now defunct Dreier law firm and more recently Fox Rothschild, Osterberg has set out as a lone wolf of his own.
A 'Lone Wolf' Starts New Intellectual Property Firm
The Connecticut Law Tribune
August 10, 2012
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