Boston, MA. In the 2021 edition of its WTR 1000, World Trademark Review has recognized six Nixon Peabody intellectual property attorneys as leading practitioners in their field.
To identify leading trademark practices and practitioners, World Trademark Review considers factors such as depth of knowledge, market presence, and the level of their typical work, together with both positive peer and client feedback. The 2021 WTR 1000, the guide’s eleventh edition, names the following attorneys as outstanding in their field:
- Jeffrey Costellia, prosecution and strategy, D.C. Metro area
- Jason Kravitz, enforcement and litigation, Massachusetts
- David May, prosecution and strategy, D.C. Metro area
- Staci Jennifer Riordan, enforcement and litigation, California
- Kristen Mollnow Walsh, prosecution and strategy, New York
- Robert Weikert, enforcement and litigation, California
According to World Trademark Review, “Nixon Peabody’s trademark lawyers have a strong grip on the detail of their work, but never get lost in it—they see the bigger commercial picture and excel at designing overarching brand strategies that are fundamental to the achievement of business objectives.”
In addition to Nixon Peabody’s individual attorney recognition, the WTR 1000 lists Nixon Peabody as a leading Intellectual Property firm in the Washington, DC, metro area.
Attorneys in Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property practice utilize a forward-thinking approach, unique strategies, and flexible budgets to help clients strategically grow their businesses and maintain their positions in the marketplace by developing, protecting, and monetizing well-known and distinctive brands.