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Fish named top trademark firm by 'World Trademark Review'

Fish & Richardson has been named a top national trademark law firm for the third consecutive year by World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000, a guide to "the world's leading trademark legal services providers."

The firm's San Diego office also received the "silver band" designation for "the strong collection of trademark practitioners [that] seamlessly manages the gamut of brand-related mandates …a collaborative, dedicated team serves clients in the finance, software and fashion industries, among others."

Fish & Richardson partner Lisa Martens was individually mentioned by WTR as "perceptive and business-minded," and that she supplies "further bench depth and is lauded for her deft handling of contentious mandates."

The WTR 1000 list covers more than 50 global jurisdictions. Firms qualify for inclusion based on the depth of their expertise, market presence, and level of work. Individuals qualify based upon positive feedback from market sources with knowledge of their practice and market.

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