IP Group Receives Ranking in World Trademark Review 2015

World Trademark Review

Los Angeles - Glaser Weil’s Intellectual Property Practice is among the elite few California law firms to make the World Trademark Review 2015 list of leaders in the field. In its latest edition, WTR wrote:

The crack litigators at this powerhouse Century City firm are ‘the lawyers you go to when you really need to bat something out of the ball park’. They dine on a steady diet of demanding trademark and copyright cases and have lengthy track records of success in the courthouse. “Hard hitting and strategic," Adrian Pruetz is a savvy trial lawyer with equal proficiency in patent and trademark infringement cases.  The award winning litigator has over three decades of experience representing high-profile brand owners and leads the IP group by example.  She regularly pairs up with Erica Van Loon, giving clients a strong one-two punch on must-win matters. They have recently been busy acting for SHFL entertainment, a major player in the gaming sector, on a variety of cases against competitors.

The list of recommended firms and attorneys is based on extensive research, which includes interviews of clients.  According to WTR, only firms with a demonstrated depth of expertise, market presence and high-level work are included on its list.

About Glaser Weil’s Intellectual Property Department
Glaser Weil’s intellectual property attorneys have a successful track record representing clients across the country in trials, arbitrations and appeals. Our attorneys bring powerful advocacy, innovative solutions and extensive experience to the practice of intellectual property law in virtually every industry. The intellectual property team has received honors and accolades for their expertise in litigating complex, high-profile patent and copyright cases, including recognition as one of the top 10 trademark litigation practices in the nation. We are committed to defending and enforcing our clients’ rights in their most valuable assets — their intellectual property.

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