03/10/2021

Holland & Hart Intellectual Property Attorneys Named WIPR Leaders 2021

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce partners Andrea Anderson and Scott Havlick have been selected as outstanding IP practitioners in the WIPR Leaders 2021. Published by World Intellectual Property Review, WIPR Leaders is a comprehensive guide that recognizes the world’s leading IP practitioners in the areas of patent, trademark, and copyright law.

WIPR Leaders inclusion is determined by a four-month research process that includes peer nominations from 12,000 IP professionals. WIPR’s research team evaluates every nominee’s practice history, industry expertise, and notable cases, as well as writing and teaching activities that help educate and influence other and future IP practitioners. For more information on WIPR Leaders, please click here.

Holland & Hart's Intellectual Property practice comprises 130+ attorneys and IP professionals devoted to identifying, creating, protecting and enforcing the intellectual property assets of our clients. The group provides innovative and practical legal solutions to help the firm’s clients plan and execute an integrated strategic approach to the management of all their intellectual property assets. Holland & Hart’s IP clients include some of the most innovative and recognizable brands in the world, across the technology, consumer products, medical devices, retail, food and beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. The firm represents Fortune 500 companies and private brands with large, international portfolios and complex IP needs, through to emerging growth organizations.

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