Blank Rome Recognized by World Trademark Review as a Leading Trademark Practice for Ninth Year in a Row
For the ninth year in a row, World Trademark Review 1000 has recognized Blank Rome as a leading trademark practice in Pennsylvania, commending the “well-roundedness of the firm’s practice and its interdisciplinary scheme of thinking when it comes to brands” over the past year.
Blank Rome’s David Perry, Co-Chair of the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology group, as well as Timothy Pecsenye and Matthew Homyk are also individually recognized, with World Trademark Review noting:
Chair of the section David Perry is au fait with all aspects of brand creation, clearance, prosecution and enforcement and is an excellent strategic counsellor for it. The same can be said for Timothy Pecsenye, a former USPTO examiner who has also served on the Corsearch advisory board. Associate Matthew Homyk knows a great deal about social media, the Internet and anti-counterfeiting in China and many other subjects besides. Fans in Europe describe him as being “practical and commercial” and a lawyer who “eschews the formality which US law firms often display.”
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