Miller Thomson is pleased to be ranked among Canada’s leading trademark firms in the 2017 edition of The World Trademark Review (WTR) annual guide, WTR 1000.
In its review, WTR praises Miller Thomson’s coast-to-coast coverage via a network of 11 Canadian offices and “(t)wenty IP lawyers [who] combine to provide an enviable depth of expertise that attracts domestic and international brand owners seeking advice at all stages of the trademark journey.” The Miller Thomson trademark team is also recognized for achieving “practical solutions through easily implementable advice”.
In addition to the firm’s ranking, two of Miller Thomson’s lawyers were also recommended by WTR as leading trademark professionals. Catherine Dennis Brooks “gives advice in an efficient manner and knows how to explain differences between Canadian and American IP law. She delivers exactly what you are looking for”. All-rounder David Schnurr is a “delight to work with – his enthusiasm for trademarks is incomparable”. His varied client list “has benefited from shrewd portfolio management and assurance in opposition”.
The WTR 1000 research directory, which focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners, has firmly established itself as the definitive ‘go-to’ resource for those seeking legal trademark expertise. World Trademark Review bases its recommendations on exhaustive qualitative research identifying the firms and individuals garnering substantial positive feedback from the market. The process also accounts for factors such as depth of expertise, market presence and the level of work on which they are typically instructed.