Blank Rome Recognized by World Trademark Review 1000 as a Leading Trademark Practice for Eleventh Year in a Row
For the eleventh year in a row, World Trademark Review 1000 has recognized Blank Rome as a leading trademark practice in Pennsylvania, commending our firm for our “all-star trademark line-up.” The publication particularly praised Blank Rome for our consistency, noting that our trademark attorneys have “perfected a refined system of collaboration and established a deep collective understanding of clients’ brands—all of which makes for an efficient, high-quality service.”
Four trademark partners are also individually recognized in this year’s publication. World Trademark Review noted that David M. Perry, who serves as co-chair of our firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology group, is a “level-headed, smart, and creative lawyer who cuts to the chase.” David is also commended for his “hybrid counselling, prosecution, portfolio management, and contentious skills.” The publication stated that Timothy D. Pecsenye “brings strong leadership to the practice,” and praised his litigation talents as being “a major asset to the group.” Zachary A. Aria was recognized for his diverse skills in the areas of IP prosecution and enforcement and lauded for his transactional work, with World Trademark Review noting that he has made “transactional IP work something of a specialty.” Matthew A. Homyk was applauded for his “facility for cutting-edge social media and Internet issues and enforcement in counterfeiting hotspots such as China.”
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