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    Edwards Wildman Featured in World Trademark Review 1000 ‘Top 25’

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    Edwards Wildman is pleased to announce that it has once again earned a spot in World Trademark Review’s (WTR) list of the Top 25 firms. The publication included Edwards Wildman in its second annual WTR 1000, a global listing of the leading law firms, attorney firms and individual practitioners offering high-level trademark services.

    Two trademark attorneys from Edwards Wildman’s offices are recognized in the WTR 1000: from London, John Olsen; and from New York and David Weild.

    “The product of a recent merger, Edwards Wildman Palmer can draw on over 100 years of its legacy firm’s histories and has a flourishing network across the United States, Europe and Asia,” WTR wrote. “A combination of experience, international reach and global perspective makes it a preferred choice for many prestigious clients. Courtroom nous is a standout feature and its litigation practice is in high demand as a result; it can also apply this know-how to non-contentious matters, ensuring that any potential sticking points are resolved in the early stages of negotiations. The arrival of John Olsen in the London office is indicative of the firm’s commitment to its IP practice and has caught the eye of commentators.”

    The WTR 1000 identifies the leading trademark practices at law firms around the world and the individuals who have driven them to prominence. Its credibility is guaranteed by the unique depth of the qualitative research undertaken, involving the collation of market opinion from peers and clients alike. Over 700 firms from 50 jurisdictions appear in the guide.

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