Blank Rome Recognized by World Trademark Review 1000 as a Leading Trademark Practice for Tenth Year in a Row
For the tenth year in a row, World Trademark Review 1000 has recognized Blank Rome LLP as a leading trademark practice in Pennsylvania, commending the Firm for being the “standout for trademark services” and “doing all the right things.” The publication particularly praised the Firm for its pricing and innovation team developing new, efficient approaches to the trademark practice; flexible and accommodating fee arrangements; deep knowledge of China’s trademark issues; and career and business development opportunities offered to entrepreneurial younger lawyers.
Blank Rome’s David M. Perry, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology group, as well as Partners Matthew A. Homyk, Timothy D. Pecsenye, and Zachary A. Aria are also individually recognized. World Trademark Review notes that David Perry is a “consummate all-rounder in trademarks” who “takes a personal interest in his clients’ matters and has an excellent understanding of clients’ business needs.” The publication praises Matthew Homyk as “practical and commercial and a great strategist,” noting that he is “prompt, has exceptional attention to detail, and is upfront about costs and options.” As stated by WTR, “the most experienced lawyer on deck is Timothy Pecsenye, a litigator with whetted advocacy skills and a gift for creatively resolving disputes.” Joining them for 2020 is Zachary Aria, who WTR comments is “hailed as a trusted adviser who demonstrates great pragmatism in managing large portfolios and conflicts with third parties.”
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