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Potter Clarkson ranked ‘Gold’ in the Financial Times report on Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms

10 July 2019

Potter Clarkson is delighted to have been listed among the top three European Patent Law firms by the Financial Times. The firm has been ranked ‘Gold’ in four categories and ‘Silver’ in two categories of the Financial Times special report on Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms 2019.
 
The firm has been ranked ‘Gold’ for the following categories:
  1. Biotech & Food
  2. Electrical Engineering
  3. IT & Software
  4. Mechanical Engineering
And attained ‘Silver’ for the following categories:
  1. Chemistry & Pharmaceuticals
  2. Materials & Nanotechnology
The report highlights Europe’s most highly rated patent law firms, as recommended by clients and peers, which were ranked in three classes:
  1. Gold (very frequently recommended)
  2. Silver (frequently recommended)
  3. Bronze (recommended)
A total of 142 firms were included in the survey conducted between February and April 2019, with 2,727 clients and peers participating, making several thousand recommendations.
 
Potter Clarkson’s Managing Partner, Steve Smith, commented that "We are extremely pleased to have been ranked so highly through the independent research of a very prestigious publication like the Financial Times. This external recognition is a testament to the outstanding quality of our work and the high level of client satisfaction, firmly establishing us as one of the leading European IP law firms."

                 
 

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