Fish & Richardson's Trademark Practice Receives Top Rankings by World Trademark Review

7 Fish Attorneys Recognized For Top Rankings in Practice Areas

Fish & Richardson has been recognized as a top national trademark law firm for the 11th consecutive year by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000. Fish also received top rankings for its regional practices in California, Massachusetts, and New York. The publication identifies the leading individual practitioners and their firms in over 80 key jurisdictions globally.

"Fish & Richardson can provide an impressively wide range of IP services - it has an incredible depth of experience and can always put someone forward with the particular expertise you need for your case," WTR noted. "Its lawyers are extremely collaborative, unflappable and a pleasure to work with." The publication added that "the firm has been protecting illustrious brands for many decades, with an unswerving commitment to providing an efficient, high-quality service."

"We are pleased, once again, to receive this recognition from WTR 1000 for the work we do on behalf of our clients," said Cynthia Johnson Walden, the leader of the firm's trademark and copyright practice group. "We look forward to continuing to deliver the best client service, exceed clients' needs, and achieve great results."

The following trademark attorneys were recognized for top rankings in their practice areas:

As part of the world's premier intellectual property (IP) law firm, Fish's Trademark and Copyright practice offers the resources of a global IP leader, the expertise of a boutique, and the personal service that comes with a local presence. Fish provides a full range of global trademark services through its 14 offices in the U.S., Europe, and China, including trademark counseling and prosecution, enforcement and litigation, licensing agreements and due diligence, and advertising counsel. Clients range from emerging companies to Fortune 500 corporations across a number of industries, including computer hardware and software, consumer products, life sciences, financial services, and the internet.