Reddie & Grose LLP’s patent prosecution practice has been recommended for the third consecutive year in IAM Patent 1000 – a directory published by Intellectual Asset Management magazine (IAM).
The IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners – is a unique guide that identifies the top patent practitioners in key jurisdictions around the globe. 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 follows:
‘Patents are a core operational area of London and Cambridge attorney collective Reddie & Grose. The ability to draft patent specifications that yield robust rights capable of withstanding attack from competitors is a gift common to all its attorneys, and recent expansion of the junior ranks has been necessitated by the outfit’s surging popularity on the market. Consumer electronics and broadcasting systems are supervised with singular dexterity, although deep expertise in all major sectors is in evidence. Alice Findlay, Steve Howe and Patrick Lloyd are key contacts.’
The full IAM Patent 1000 listings are available here.