(LAWFUEL) – For the second consecutive year, Adams and Reese LLP ranks among the Top 150 law firms for its trademark practice in the United States, in a survey released by Intellectual Property Today in its May 2009 magazine.
Adams and Reese ranked No. 122 on the Intellectual Property Today list, which ranks firms according to the number of trademark registrations issued in 2008 where the firm is listed as the legal representative on the registration. In 2008, Adams and Reese obtained 153 U.S. Federal trademark registrations.
“Adams and Reese has worked hard to build a nationally recognized IP Team, and it is gratifying to see that hard work pay off” said Mitch Boult, Adams and Reese Practice Group Leader for the Special Business Services Group, comprising the Firm’s Intellectual Property, Internet and E-Commerce, Entertainment and New Media, Labor and Employment, Energy and Environmental, ERISA and EB, Healthcare, and Government Relations Teams.
Boult added: “This ranking reflects a true team effort amongst partners, associates, paralegals and staff. We are proud of the consistent service we have been able to provide to our clients in both domestic and international markets. As we continue to grow as a team, we look forward to meeting the increased demands of our clients, as well as ‘moving up’ in the rankings in years to come.”
Adams and Reese’s Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Team provides a full range of legal services relating to the protection, exploitation and litigation of intellectual property rights. Team members act as outside IP counsel for an impressive list of multi-national corporations and celebrities, as well as medium-sized and start-up enterprises. Attorneys with the IP Team have experience in a wide range of matters including international trademark and domain name disputes, global branding strategies, and related availability advice. Other areas of experience include trademark registration, maintenance and monitoring; patent licensing, prosecution, and infringement matters; global branding strategies; global enforcement strategies; gray market enforcement; IP audits; licensing; franchising and due diligence; copyrights; and Internet and Cyberspace.
Intellectual Property Today focuses on legal issues in patent, trademark and copyright law, and its readers include professionals and industry executives, while features emphasize developments in cutting edge technology and their effect on intellectual property law practice.