Posted on 07 December 2012.
LAW WEEK COLORADO
DENVER — The Colorado BioScience Association this week honored Denver-based Sheridan Ross with its 2012 Chairman’s Award. The intellectual property law firm was recognized for playing a significant role in the coordination and application efforts to bring a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to the area.
The office, which is expected to open next year, is expected to generate more than $440 million in economic impact in its first five years, according to a study by the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business.
“Our annual awards program showcases and honors those individuals and companies making a significant difference to Colorado’s bioscience industry during the past year,” said CBSA President & CEO April Giles. “We are very proud to recognize Sheridan Ross as our 2012 Chairman’s Award winner and we look forward to more successes in Colorado’s bioscience community in 2013.”