Boston, MA. In the 2022 edition of its WTR 1000 ranking, World Trademark Review, which provides news updates, analysis, and data on the management of trademarks, recognizes Nixon Peabody as a leading intellectual property firm in both Massachusetts and the Washington, DC metro area.
The outlet noted, “When you’re looking to broaden your trademark strategy, Nixon Peabody is a good firm to call—it’s a true business partner. Its professional, talented, and reliable professionals understand the ingredients that go into strong and distinctive brands and all the ways in which commercial potential can be unlocked from them.”
To identify leading trademark practices and practitioners, World Trademark Review considers factors such as depth of knowledge, market presence, and the caliber of typical work, as well as positive peer and client feedback.
In addition to the firm’s recognition, the 2022 edition of WTR 1000 highlights six Nixon Peabody attorneys as standouts in their field:
- Jeffrey Costellia, prosecution and strategy, DC metro area
- Jason Kravitz, enforcement and litigation, Massachusetts
- David May, prosecution and strategy, DC metro area
- Staci Jennifer Trager, enforcement and litigation, prosecution and strategy, California
- Kristen Mollnow Walsh, prosecution and strategy, New York
- Robert Weikert, enforcement and litigation, California
“Congratulations to each of these attorneys on a well-deserved honor,” said Seth Levy, leader of Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property practice. “While the WTR 1000 accolade highlights that Nixon Peabody has leading IP attorneys in regions across the country, it also illustrates that our practice works with clients across the complete IP spectrum.”
Attorneys in Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property practice guide clients through the full IP lifecycle—from mining an organization’s research and development activities to capture and protect intellectual property and supporting the commercialization and branding of those assets to enforcing intellectual property rights and defending against competitors.