Bristows shines in latest IAM Patent 1000


Bristows has had a glowing write-up in this year’s Intellectual Asset Management Patent 1000. A total 14 partners are recommended.
• Highly recommended – Transactions
• Gold – Litigation
• Lawyers ranked: Edward Nodder, Brian Cordery, Sally Field, Philip Westmacott, Myles Jelf, Alan Johnson, Andrew Bowler, James Boon, Robert Burrows, Dominic Adair, Liz Cohen, Matthew Warren, Laura Anderson, Fiona Nicolson
“Bristows has a brilliant reputation in international patent litigation. It is the first choice whenever the United Kingdom is involved.”
Nodder dispenses “advice of the highest quality”, “His work is consistently top-notch and he is always extremely approachable.”
Field “definitely merits her eminent standing in the market”
Myles Jelf “is a market leader and one of the true go-to guys for litigation in the telecoms space. He is bright, intelligent and very likeable.”
Johnson is “A brilliant solicitor”
Bowler’s “ability to work himself into very complex technical matters is outstanding. He is first rate as a litigator, a delight to work with and absolutely dedicated to his clients’ interests”.
Boon is “extremely competent in grasping the very intricate facts of any case”
Robert Burrows has “tremendous focus and impressive memory, and is on the spot when it comes to international litigation coordination”.
The outfit’s contentious life sciences offering is fortified by Dominic Adair and Liz Cohen.
Head of commercial IP Matthew Warren “is considered and patient when dealing with multiple stakeholders, and displays an impressive ability to think creatively”.
Laura Anderson “takes a very commercial and client-friendly approach, and it’s very enjoyable working with her. She shows an excellent understanding of the pharmaceutical sector and the issues it faces”.
All-round transactional ace Fiona Nicolson has ample experience in helping growing companies to hit the ground running in new markets

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