Keystone Law has been recognised by the World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 for its expertise in transactions, enforcement and litigation of trade marks, with several of the intellectual property team being ranked for their work in this area.
Credited for its “innovative and dynamic approach”, Keystone’s IP lawyers were commended for their handling of trademark issues.
Receiving bronze for Individuals: enforcement and litigation, Rebecca Halford-Harrison was deemed “an expert on geographical indications” who “focuses her attention on chemistry-based industries”, while Karen May Fong was highlighted as “a top expert who provides sage advice and is very user friendly, super responsive and a pleasure to work with.” Dual-qualified solicitor and trademark attorney Will Sander was recognised for Individuals: enforcement and litigation, and for Individuals: prosecution and strategy, who is “well versed in handling disputes both in the United Kingdom and abroad.”
Simon Chalkley and Anthony Misquitta were recognised for Individuals: transactions as having a “wealth of experience in executing commercial deals”, with Simon labelled a “pragmatic operator”. Anthony is highlighted for being “highly skilled in both trademark and copyright cases”. Jessica Bent is profiled for Individuals: prosecution and strategy and is a “direct, practical and client-oriented lawyer with a focus on the technology sector and creative industries”.
The WTR 1000 focuses exclusively on trade mark practice and is established as the definitive ‘go-to’ resource for those seeking world-class legal trade mark expertise. It provides detailed analysis of the potential impact and opportunities and accesses and analyses the world’s leading trade mark practices with WTR 1000, and the top corporate practitioners with WTR 300.