Dehns is pleased to announce it has been ranked in the 2024 World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 ranking, having been awarded Silver in the ‘Prosecution and strategy’ category.
Dehns has been commended on providing “a reliable, well-informed and all-encompassing trademark prosecution service to enterprises from across the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond”.
Our skilled Trade Mark Attorneys have also received high praise and we would like to congratulate the following for being ranked:
Below is the full write-up from WTR:
For over a century Dehns has provided a reliable, well-informed and all-encompassing trademark prosecution service to enterprises from across the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond. The group – comprising over 300 staff – works from eight offices in London, Oxford, Brighton, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Munich and Oslo, ensuring that its offering transcends geographical boundaries. Many patrons have been with the outfit for decades, with some relationships exceeding 50 years in length, thanks to the approachable and flexible working ethos on show. Litigation head Paul Harris handles a caseload encompassing both patents and trademarks, and is a major boon to Dehns’ contentious offering. Receiving high acclaim from peers on the prosecution side are Joseph Letang and Elaine Deyes. London-based Deyes has 25 years with the group, and spends her time devising pan-European filing strategies, providing dispute resolution insight and handling domain name and company name suits. Brighton-based Letang, meanwhile, is a trademark prosecution maven who capably tends to the needs of regional SMEs as well as managing the global IP portfolios of heavyweights in the cosmetics, entertainment, restaurants and engineering fields. Also based in Brighton, Clare Mann maintains a similarly versatile practice. She is calm, measured and client friendly – all qualities which are essential when managing global portfolios.