Potter Clarkson delighted to be featured in 2023 WTR 1000

Potter Clarkson is delighted to be featured in the 2023 edition of the World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 - the definitive resource for those seeking world-class trade mark legal expertise.

Topping off the recognition is Emmy Hunt, Sanjay Kapur, Sarah Talland and Chris Baume each being listed as leading practitioners in the "Prosecution and Strategy" category in the UK rankings, and Mark Kramer for the "Enforcement and Litigation" category. For Sweden, Jesper Sellin has been named under both "Enforcement and Litigation" and "Prosecution and Strategy".

The UK ranking states:

"Bringing together a team of IP attorneys, litigators and solicitors, “Potter Clarkson is a leading IP firm in the UK with fantastic connections to the US”. Since Brexit the group has strengthened its connection with its EU counterparts, while continuing to develop its Swedish and Danish offices. Another selling point is the practitioners’ technical expertise and industry experience, which is exemplified by practice chair Sanjay Kapur, who has been a partner since 1998. “Sanjay is an excellent, user-friendly and experienced lawyer. He has great commercial judgement and a robust understanding of his clients’ businesses.” Also recommended are Sarah Talland, Emmy Hunt, and Chris Baume. Talland leads the fast-moving consumer goods group and is an expert in the food and drink, cosmetics and magazine publishing sectors. One recent highlight is prosecution and opposition work for the Economist newspaper in the European Union and Bulgaria. Hunt and Baume both adopt a commercial and strategic approach to their portfolio management and brand protection projects. Joining them this year is Mark Kramer who made the move from Shoosmiths in 2021. He now leads the litigation and licensing team from the London office."