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Eric Fingerhut and Jennifer Fraser Ranked in the World Trademark Review 1000

February 5, 2016

Eric T. Fingerhut and Jennifer Fraser, Washington, D.C.-based members in Dykema’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, were each ranked in World Trademark Review 1000 (WTR 1000 2016), which recognizes the leading national and international trademark practitioners from around the globe. Both Fingerhut and Fraser, as well as Dykema, received recognition in the United States – DC Metro Area category. This marks the fifth-consecutive year that both Fingerhut and Fraser have been recognized as top practitioners.

Fingerhut, who is the Leader of Dykema’s Trademark Practice, was recognized for “enforcement and litigation” as well as “prosecution and strategy.” According to WTR 1000 2016, “Fingerhut is one of the best in the business, professionally and personally—he treats his patrons and opposing counsel with the utmost respect. He is an excellent counsellor and prosecuting attorney—he is top of the list for a conflict of interest referral.”

Fraser was also recognized in the area of “enforcement and litigation.” The WTR 1000 2016 goes on to say Fraser has “a deep knowledge of the field. A well-rounded practitioner, she demonstrates a strong commitment to both trademark prosecution and enforcement. Her capable demeanor is reassuring to clients and they find working with her an extremely agreeable experience.”

Of Dykema, WTR 1000 states that the firm “devotes generous resources to ensuring that each and every client, from… start-ups to huge multinationals, enjoys the same exacting standards of care.

Through an extensive research process conducted by a team of highly qualified, full-time analysts, WTR 1000 identifies the leading trademark law firms and individuals in over 70 global jurisdictions.