The World Trademark Review ranks PĒTERSONA PATENTS - AAA LAW and its associates in Tier 1 (Gold) category
The World Trademark Review (WTR) is the definitive guide to trademark professionals all over the world and they have recently published the annual report on 2020 WTR 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals. The criteria of rankings were based upon such factors as depth of expertise, market presence, and the level of work, alongside positive peer and client feedback.
We are honored and proud that our firm and attorneys are recognised among the leading professionals in Latvia. In particular PĒTERSONA PATENTS – AAA LAW and its leading professionals are ranked in Tier 1 (Gold) category in enforcement & litigation and prosecution & strategy. According to the WTR guide:
“A significant market player with immense trademark expertise and a fantastic team” is the consensus on AAA Law – Petersona Patents. The firm dispenses A-to-Z advice across the Baltic states to companies such as Orkla Confectionery and Snacks, whose regional portfolio it manages; industry leaders such as BMW also rely on it for swift, decisive customs enforcement and are never left wanting. Taking the lead is Gatis Meržvinskis, one of the best and brightest litigators in the country: He puts forward persuasive arguments and acts courteously as well as fairly towards opponents.” He is joined in the WTR 1000 this year by non-contentious ace Kristīne Ostrovska, who represents Chanel and the local official distributor of Nike, among others. Ostrovska has a distinguished pedigree: before entering private practice, she served as deputy director at the Patent Office of the Republic of Latvia (LRPV) and in-house at a leading pharmaceuticalcompany.”
We also highlight the fact that our associate offices in Lithuania AAA Law and Estonia AAA Patendiburoo OU are positively acknowledged by the WTR as well. Namely, the WTR recognises long-standing professional results of the founder of the AAA group- Marius Jakulis Jason as well as our Lithuanian associates Otilija Klimaitienė, Aušra Pakėnienė and Estonian associates Almar Sehver, Mikas Miniotas, Ingrid Matsina and Villu Pavelts.
We thank WTR for including us in the survey and the annual guide. Furthermore, we are also grateful to our clients and associates with whom we have established a successful and long-term collaboration.