Taft partner Philip R. Bautista is quoted in the Dec. 1 issue of Cleveland Jewish News’ Legal Affairs editorial “Young lawyers given advice on how to succeed.”
Bautista, who serves as the lead attorney for Taft Cleveland’s legal recruitment and professional development hiring committee, is quoted as saying, “The difference between excelling in law school and preparing even adequate documentation in the real world is significant. For most, there’s a significant adjustment that takes several years in the practice to raise writing to the level it needs to be at.” To read the editorial in its entirety, visit here.
Bautista is a trial lawyer with extensive first-chair litigation and trial experience. Having a background in science, he has litigated numerous cases throughout the United States involving trademarks, patents, copyrights and trade secrets. Bautista also has extensive experience in litigation involving technology and cybersecurity matters, as well as product liability, engineering and construction matters.
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