World Trademark Review (WTR), a bi-monthly global magazine focusing on trademark related news, has released the 2019 edition of The World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals. Marksmen, a world leader in brand protection, was voted as “highly recommended,” and listed in the top position in the Online Brand Enforcement category.
For 21 years, Marksmen has been an industry leader in intellectual property investigations, acquisitions and other brand protection services. From trademark "use” investigations, to test purchases, on-site investigations, domain name acquisitions and online brand-monitoring, companies around the globe rely on Marksmen as a partner in protecting intellectual property.
“Marksmen is the go-to firm in the industry for investigations and acquisitions – if you want it done right the first time, " says P.R., Partner at a well-known IP law firm.
“I’ve been a client of Marksmen for a decade and have referred them many times. They are my secret weapon for domain name acquisitions.” J.E., General Partner at a Bay Area venture capital firm.
Marksmen has completed nearly 100,000 intellectual property cases since 1998, including the acquisitions and protection of some the most famous brands in the world. "Over 1 billion people actively use domain names, social media handles, trademarks, and other intellectual property secured by Marksmen," says Jeff Crapo, Marksmen's CEO.
According to World Trademark Review's website, the WTR 1000 is “the definitive ‘go-to’ resource for those seeking legal trademark expertise, which identifies the leading lights in 70 jurisdictions globally.”
To create this resource, as in year’s past, extensive qualitative research was done by WTR to identify leading firms and service providers. Over 900 industry experts, including corporate counsel and trademark attorneys, were interviewed to determine the rankings this year. The research was conducted entirely independently of any commercial considerations. All firms and individuals ranked in the publication are included because the market told us that they should be.
World Trademark Review is a part of Globe Business Media Group.