World Trademark Review (WTR) has announced its WTR 1000 - The World's Leading Trademark Professionals for 2022, recognizing the world's top trademark firms and individuals. Tom Polcyn, the co-chair of Thompson Coburn's Intellectual Property group, was recommended by WTR 1000.
WTR highlighted the Firm's experience in the field of intellectual property. The publication says, "from prosecution to enforcement, Thompson Coburn has all aspects of trademark practice on lock for clients big and small, both at home and abroad. Its professionals adopt an industry-centric approach when strategically analyzing each brief to arrive at far-sighted, business-focused solutions."
Tom leads the experienced intellectual property team that focuses on strategic counseling, global IP portfolio management, licensing, enforcement, brand protection and dispute resolution for some of the world's best-known consumer products companies and service providers. WTR notes, "his percipient take on brand building has seen him prosecute applications in almost 200 countries for some of the world’s most successful consumer products companies."
The recommendation of the WTR 1000 represents a recognition of Thompson Coburn's Total Commitment to our clients and our extensive experience in intellectual property.
The WTR 1000 focuses exclusively on trademark practice and has established itself as the definitive resource for those seeking world-class legal trademark expertise. Click here for more information about Tom's recommendation.
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