Blank Rome Recognized by World Trademark Review 1000 as a Leading Trademark Practice for Twelfth Year in a Row
For the twelfth year in a row, World Trademark Review 1000 has recognized Blank Rome as a leading trademark practice in Pennsylvania. The publication particularly praised Blank Rome for our global trademark strategy, noting that our trademark attorneys "prosecute, manage, enforce, and license rights with a razor-sharp commercial instinct, which resonates with everyone from Fortune 500s to dynamic emerging brands."
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, "has leadership qualities in abundance." The publication stated that Timothy D. Pecsenye is "a one-stop shop for brand owners, but is highly prized for his contentious prowess." Zachary A. Aria was recognized for his negotiation and counseling skills that "are put to great use on transactional IP matters." Matthew A. Homyk was applauded for being "adept at handling intersectional technology and brand issues, leveraging fine-grained patent and trademark knowledge."
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