Synch increases the presence in IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2017

The latest edition of IAM Patent 1000 has just been released and we are very proud to announce that both Sara Sparring and David Leffler are ranked as leading individuals in Sweden in the field of transactions. Synch is also recommended as leading firm within the same area.

It is highlighted in the publication that:

“Technologically savvy law firm Synch has eschewed the traditional approach to intellectual property since entering the market in 2014. Clients benefit from transparent pricing, a blended delivery model that streamlines services into integrated packages and comprehensive, customised digital solution WeSynch. The set’s technical expertise, legal nous and regulatory experience make it a go-to for IP-heavy transactional mandates, particularly in the life sciences and start-up arenas. One of four co-founders, Sara Sparring is an IP polyglot with 15 years’ experience in private practice; she recently assisted healthcare investment leader Versant Ventures with its €46 million acquisition of Aprea AB – the largest-ever investment in a private Scandinavian biotechnology company. A former legal adviser at the Swedish Patent Office and a Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution-accredited mediator, David Leffler approaches cutting-edge cases from novel angles.”

“It is exciting that Synch is again acknowledged for its´ transparent pricing, blended delivery model and comprehensive, customised digital solution WeSynch. This years´ well deserved inclusion of my multi-talented colleague David Leffler is indeed the icing on the cake, says Sara Sparring, co-founder of Synch.”

The IAM PATENT 1000 – The World’s leading Patent Professionals 2017 is an unique guide that identifies the top patent professionals in key jurisdictions around the globe. The rankings are based on an extensive research process conducted over several months by full-time analysts covering more than 1,500 interviews with patent specialists throughout the world. To qualify for inclusion in the IAM Patent 1000 sufficient positive feedback from market sources is required. Firms and individuals identified as leaders in their respective fields are highlighted in the publication.

To read the online edition, please click here

Synch is a Swedish law firm focused on digital business and technology targeting the market with a blended delivery model where digital services complement the advisory, projects and managed legal services.

For further information, please contact CEO Jim Runsten, jim.runsten@synchlaw.se,

+46 761 761 999. Please also visit synchlaw.se.

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