Waterfront has been included in the 2016 IP Stars Global Rankings. The rankings are awarded by Intellectual Property Magazine, which rates the best law firms in over 80 countries for IP protection, exploitation and enforcement.
For more information about the work of our Intellectual Property solicitors, click here.
Since the rankings are based on independent research with law firms, IP agencies and their clients, they can be relied upon to present an objective and respected view of the IP legal marketplace. Waterfront’s IP team has been particularly highlighted for its trade mark contentious work.
Joint Head of Intellectual Property and Dispute Resolution, Piers Strickland said, “We’re pleased to join the firmament of IP Stars. We have had an excellent year and it’s great to have that independently recognised by a prestigious IP publication.”
For more information about the Intellectual Property team’s work, call us on 020 7234 0200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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