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WTR 1000, the guide that identifies the top trade mark professionals in key jurisdictions around the globe, has called J A Kemp “One of the most reputable firms in the UK.” in its latest edition.
It goes on to recognise that the firm “serves a prestigious client base which includes a significant number of US and Japanese names; while its separate French entity ensures it can still act before the EUIPO and prosecute trade marks across the continent post Brexit.”
Five J A Kemp attorneys are singled out for praise.
Head of the group, James Fish, is “a formidable operator … always an unfailingly polite and helpful partner”. He is “responsive; provides interim thoughts to prevent wasting time going down blind alleys; and his advice is always accurate and solid.”
Aaron Newell, who is not only a UK-qualified solicitor, but also a Canadian barrister and solicitor and an Australian solicitor and trade mark attorney, is described as “extremely knowledgeable, articulate and a master of his field”. He is “someone who you enjoy working with and who you can completely rely on”. He “routinely goes beyond the direct question asked and considers the long-term implications of his approach.”
Ben Mooneapillay, is called “a wizard” and is hailed as “absolutely first class, responsive, commercial and always provides intelligent analysis”.
Charlotte Stirling, is an “excellent attorney” who has provided the gamut of trade mark services for 20 years and also turns her hand to domain name dispute resolution.
Tom Albertini; heads up the designs practice and holds a Higher Courts Litigation Certificate, allowing him to appear before the IPEC, the High Court and on appeal to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.