Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is Proud to be Recognized by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000
February 21, 2017
World Trademark Review
For the seventh consecutive year, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is proud to be recognized by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 - The World's Leading Trademark Professionals. The firm continues to be ranked in the Silver category, described by WTR as "eminent practices and individuals [that] also attract extensive feedback and are renowned for their top-end work." According to WTR, Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds “prides itself on devising economical strategies that ensure maximum brand protection.” Firm President John DuPré and Principal Susan Glovsky were both individually honored in the Silver category. WTR recognized John DuPré and Susan Glovsky for handling both enforcement and litigation matters. Additionally, John DuPré was recognized for prosecution and strategy matters.
WTR distinguishes the firm:
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds prides itself on devising economical strategies that ensure maximum brand protection. The boutique has streamlined its processes to a fine point, which translates into lightning-fast turnaround times and pithy advice – when a three-line answer will suffice instead of a three-page one, that is what the firm will provide. “Solid all-around trademark practitioner” John DuPré epitomises this efficiency: “He is extremely quick and will come back to you immediately if you have a question for him.” Speed is not his only enviable characteristic, though – “his patience and intelligence are second to none”. The “excellent” Susan Glovsky is equally “patient and very thorough” in catering to clients’ needs; the enforcement maven’s foresight and wisdom have made her an invaluable partner to businesses across numerous industries.
The WTR 1000 list is a prestigious ranking that focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners. World Trademark Review's recognition of Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds reflects the extensive research conducted by the publication. Specifically, WTR states that it "conducted telephone interviews and exchanged correspondence over a four-month period with hundreds of lawyers, attorneys and their clients involved with trademarks; we also gathered written submissions from firms detailing their recent activity in the field. Individuals qualify for inclusion in the WTR 1000 upon receiving sufficient positive feedback from market sources with knowledge of their practice and the market within which they operate." According to WTR, the listings are "an essential guide in today’s brand-focused economy – as well as highlighting the health of the trademark marketplace.”
View the full discussion in World Trademark Review.