Significant recognition for Laine IP’s expertise in WTR1000

World Trademark Review published its annual survey of professionals at the top of the IP industry: Laine IP elevated to the Silver category

We are thrilled to announce that Laine IP has been elevated to the prestigious Silver-category in the latest World Trademark Review 1000 (WTR 1000) rankings for 2024. This promotion is a testament to our unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional trademark services and exceeding the expectations of our clients.

In the latest review, our clients have praised our team’s ability to understand and maintain the overall brand strategy, ensuring the effective management and elevation of the value of intellectual property assets. They have commended us for our swift approach, likening our team to in-house counsel, which they find extremely beneficial.

Heading our trademark team, Reijo Kokko has been recognized for his brilliant grasp of legal and business needs, offering holistic brand strategy with to-the-point and actionable advice. Joose Kilpimaa, overseeing the management and protection of global brand portfolios, has been lauded for his expertise in handling opposition proceedings and raising IP awareness. Our expert Tom-Erik Hagelberg plays a crucial role in building and implementing trademark strategies, further solidifying our team’s expertise and dedication to our clients’ success. Moreover, our clients have emphasized the importance of practitioners like Joose and Tom-Erik in educating and identifying the best ways to protect IP rights in a cost-effective manner.

We are also extremely grateful to all of our clients and partners, whose continual trust and support have been an essential part of our success in securing this promotion to the Silver-category in the WTR 1000 rankings. Furthermore, we are happy and honored to be recognized among the world’s leading trademark professionals and firms, and we remain committed to providing strategic solutions that empower our clients to protect and maximize the value of their intellectual property assets also in the future.

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