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Fish Named a Top Trademark Law Firm for Third Straight Year by World Trademark Review

February 11, 2013

Press Releases

Fish Named a Top Trademark Law Firm for Third Straight Year by World Trademark Review

February 11, 2013

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Boston, MA, February 11, 2013 – Fish & Richardson has been named a top trademark law firm for the third consecutive year by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000, a guide to “the world’s leading trademark legal services providers.”  WTR noted that Fish is an “IP heavyweight” with a “collaborative, dedicated team” delivering “top-notch professionalism” and thatthe team forges longstanding relationships with a diverse set of clients, thanks to its efficient, cost-effective approach and comprehensive expertise.” Fish & Richardson Top Trademark Law Firm

Fish received top rankings for its national practice and regional practices in California, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Texas.  In addition, nine Fish attorneys were singled out for special recognition: Cynthia Johnson Walden (Boston), Trademark and Copyright Practice Group Leader; Joel D. Leviton (Twin Cities), Co-Chair of the Copyright Group; Timothy French (Boston), principal; R. David Hosp (Boston/New York), principal; Lisa Greenwald-Swire, (Silicon Valley) principal; Gregory A. Madera (Boston/Twin Cities), principal; Mark Puzella (Boston), principal; and Russell Rippamonti (Dallas), principal.

With 11 offices in the U.S. and one in Germany, Fish’s trademark attorneys provide a full range of trademark advice and representation, including trademark counseling, prosecution, clearance work, complex litigation, and alternative dispute resolution.

The WTR 1000 is a comprehensive and definitive list that covers more than 50 global jurisdictions.  Firms qualify for inclusion based on the depth of their expertise, market presence, and level of work.  Individuals qualify based upon positive feedback from market sources with knowledge of their practice and market.

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