09/22/2020

Holland & Hart Trademark Partners Named in WTR Global Leaders 2020

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that four attorneys in its Trademark and Foreign Portfolio Management practice were included in the World Trademark Review (WTR) Global Leaders 2020 edition. Partners Andrea Anderson, Scott Havlick, Ester Martín, and Larry Tronco received recognition in United States: Colorado.

The WTR Global Leaders brings together the world’s foremost law firm and corporate experts in trademark practice and draws on market-leading research from WTR 1000 and WTR 300 to identify elite practitioners in the trademark industry. According to WTR, those recognized as WTR Global Leaders merit special attention not only for their expertise and experience in relation to creating, protecting, managing, and enforcing critical brand rights, but also for their ability to innovate, inspire, and go above and beyond to deliver for their clients. Individuals must be ranked in the gold tier of the WTR 1000 to be recognized in WTR Global Leaders.

Holland & Hart's Trademarks and Foreign Portfolio Management practice group consists of a team of approximately 30 professionals, with a balanced mix of experience levels across a diverse group of industries. The firm’s geographic footprint provides a unique opportunity to partner with clients ranging from small start-up companies to some of the most well-known and long-standing brand owners in the U.S. and abroad. The Trademark team handles all aspects of trademark protection for U.S. and international portfolios, from acquisition, prosecution, clearance, maintenance, and strategic planning, to enforcement and litigation.

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