World Trademark Review 1000 recognizes Eckert Seamans’ Intellectual Property Group
January 20, 2017
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC, a full-service national law firm, is pleased to announce that its Intellectual Property Group has been recognized by WTR 1000, published by World Trademark Review of the IP Media Group. The WTR 1000 calls Eckert Seamans a “robust full-service outfit” and “a major trademark player in the Keystone State.”
Notably, Eckert Seamans’ IP Group co-chair Roberta Jacobs-Meadway was ranked nationally for her enforcement and litigation work. The WTR 1000 calls her an “excellent counsellor and extremely strong litigator” who “consistently delivers superb advice” and is “tirelessly aggressive” in the courtroom. Jacobs-Meadway has more than 40 years of experience representing clients in a wide range of industries in connection with trademark, copyright, and unfair competition matters. Her practice includes litigating intellectual property disputes in the federal courts and trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. She has significant experience in connection with the licensing of intellectual property and counseling with respect to trademark and copyright issues.
Alongside Jacobs-Meadway, IP Group co-chair David V. Radack as well as Richard E. Peirce were selected for inclusion in WTR 10000 Pennsylvania rankings. According to WTR 1000, Radack has a “broad yet nuanced perspective on the full range of IP issues” and is a “deft performer at the USPTO to boot.” The publication also notes that Eckert Seamans’ “thriving e-commerce practice is reinforced by the tenacious Richard Peirce, a seasoned expert at crafting impregnable brand protection strategies in cyberspace.”
The World Trademark Review is an independent publication that lists the world’s leading trademark firms and individual attorneys. It is the only standalone ranking publication focusing solely on trademark issues.