Synch and Sara Sparring are top ranked by World Trademark Review again!
News Published 25 January 2018
Synch is IP star: “Famed for its innovative thinking, Synch is a “progressive and very business-friendly” outfit that provides cradle-to-grave brand support. Its lawyers understand how important cost considerations are for senior business executives – especially those managing start-ups – and are therefore not afraid to say that a matter is not worth pursuing; this frankness underpins many of the long-term relationships the side has formed. Recently, it has been busy assisting NOA Potions, Pichit and FundedByMe as they build up their trademark portfolios. A close ally to all three, Sara Sparring straddles the contentious/non-contentious divide with verve. Filing a complex application before the SPRO and taking on an infringer in court are all in a day’s work for her.”
A special congratulation to our trademark STAR Sara Sparring, who once again is the only Swedish lawyer who is recommended in all three areas of ranking; anti-counterfeiting, enforcement & litigation and prosecution & strategy.
Read the World Trademark Review 2018 here.
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