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World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 Recognizes Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds as a “One-Stop Shop that is a Tight-Knit Squad Supporting Clients Worldwide”

February 11, 2019

World Trademark Review

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Prestigious publication recognizes Principals John DuPré and Susan Glovsky

World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 - The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals recognized Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds in the Silver category for the ninth consecutive year.

John DuPré, a Principal in the firm, has been selected again for the Gold category in 2019 for trademark prosecution and strategy.

Both John DuPré and Principal Susan Glovsky are individually recognized in the Silver category for handling trademark enforcement and litigation matters.

WTR describes their strengths, quoting sources:

Captaining the department, John DuPré “does an exceptional job of understanding the needs of clients. He provides thoughtful and thorough counsel on all aspects of portfolio development and enforcement, which he balances with practical business concerns.”

One of the firm’s best trademark experts, Susan Glovsky “defends her clients in an unambiguous and vigorous manner, thinking through the obvious, the elusive and the hard to imagine scenarios. She is highly organized and prepared, providing options for her clients which focus on the best result. Susan is a wise adviser who understands the essentiality of trademark and copyright protection for companies. Her work and oversight allow daily business operations to function seamlessly.”

WTR identifies Gold level individuals as “those that attract the most positive comments from sources. They are described as the “best of the best,” and it’s noted that “their success often hinges on reputations established over lengthy periods of time, something which enables them to secure the most high-profile, big-ticket work from the most prestigious of clients.”

The WTR 1000 list is a prestigious ranking that focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners. WTR’s recognition of Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds reflects the extensive research conducted by the publication. Specifically, WTR states that it conducted phone interviews and exchanged correspondence over a four-month period with hundreds of lawyers, attorneys, and their clients; it 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.”