John DuPré Recognized as a Global Leader by World Trademark Review for 2019
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Posted by: Susan Barber
John DuPré, President and Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, has been recognized as a “Global Leader in Private Practice” in the first-ever edition of World Trademark Review (WTR) Global Leaders.
This prestigious listing is of a select group of attorneys from across the globe who are recognized as the World Trademark Review’s Global Leaders. The Global Leaders list is based on the WTR publication’s leading research projects, the WTR 1000 and the WTR 300, and identifies elite practitioners in the trademark world in a single publication.
This recognition comes following John’s consistent ranking in the World Trademark Review 1000 (the WTR 1000) since 2012. The WTR 1000 list is a ranking that focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners. In 2019 and 2018, John was selected for the WTR Gold category for trademark prosecution and strategy. WTR identifies Gold-level individuals as “the best of the best,” and it’s noted that “their success often hinges on reputations established over lengthy periods of time.”
The firm’s trademark practice, headed by John, has been recognized by the WTR 1000 and Best Law Firms for many years. The firm has filed hundreds of applications for registration of trademarks each year covering products in all areas of technologies. The firm’s focus and expertise in the field of trademark law are recognized by our clients for the value that our practice provides in protecting their brands.
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is among New England’s largest law firms devoted to the practice of intellectual property law. The firm specializes in patents, trademarks, intellectual property litigation, copyrights, licensing, due diligence, opinions, trade secrets, and intellectual property counseling. The firm’s legal staff provides comprehensive intellectual property expertise in a wide range of technical areas, including biotechnology, chemistry, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, physics, optics, nanotechnology, and electrical, chemical, and mechanical engineering.