Reddie & Grose LLP’s patent prosecution practice has been recommended for the second consecutive year in IAM Patent 1000 – a new directory published by Intellectual Asset Management magazine (IAM).
The “IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners 2012” is a new guide documenting the top patent practitioners in jurisdictions around the world. The rankings are based on research conducted by a team of full-time analysts, lasting several months and involving almost 1,000 interviews with patent specialists across the globe. Firms and individual practitioners qualify for inclusion in the IAM Patent 1000 only upon receiving sufficient positive feedback from market sources.
The Patent 1000 entry describes Reddie & Grose LLP as:
‘”Seriously impressive” attorney firm Reddie & Grose “offers excellent service levels combined with a valuable commercial approach”. With an extensive record before both the UK and European patent offices, and a bench comprising thought leaders in electronics, software, chemistry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, the group has fast become a byword for quality. Its teams in London and Cambridge are committed to working at the cutting edge, and its astute advice and client-centric ethos make it a go-to for companies ranging from start-ups to multinationals. Alice Findlay, Steven Howe and Patrick Lloyd are key contacts.’