Cary litigator recognized for legal accomplishments

January 18, 2018 by  

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly recently named Anthony Biller of the law firm Coats and Bennett, PLLC of Cary as one the country’s best lawyers for 2018.

He was recognized for his work in litigation of intellectual property, which focuses on areas of law such as trademarks, patents, and copyrights.

Biller commented that this area is a good fit for him, as he is an art and technology person and litigation is suited for people who like to debate.

Biller added that his most memorable cases of the year were ones from within the state. One case involved a wedding shop trying to use the name of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville while two other cases affected the Carolina Ale House, concerning its name and one of the brews it sells.

The lawyer gave credit to his legal team for its assistance in achieving this distinction. The team consists of Jane Sorry, his Litigation Legal Assistant; Emily Haas, his associate for the last decade; Devid Kalish, Managing Member of the law firm; and Larry Coats, the company founder whom Biller considers to be a mentor.

With 20 years of legal experience, Biller has also been chairperson of the committee on trademark litigation and trademarks on the Internet of the American Bar Association.

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