Brann & Isaacson is a well-respected Maine-based law firm representing a large roster of catalog companies, online sellers, and various other online service providers. The firm's work for LL Bean is most frequently singled out for mention, however the firm also serves as local counsel for Microsoft. Attorneys handle a breadth of commercial and tax-related issues in addition to intellectual property. Name partner Peter Brann is at the forefront of the firm's IP practice. A former state solicitor for Maine, Brann has handled patent, trademark, and copyright cases at the ITC and in federal district courts around the country. He is the co-author of the blog "IP Wise," and he frequently speaks and publishes on IP-related topics. Brann recently filed an amicus brief in the US Supreme Court on behalf of 32 internet companies, retailers, and associations and won an appeal in the Federal Circuit invalidating a patent on Section 101 grounds in which the plaintiff sought millions in damages.