Novagraaf France has been recommended for its ‘Leading’ and ‘Excellent’ trademark and patent expertise, in four separate categories, by the 2022 Leaders League rankings, announced by Décideurs Magazine.
Leaders League has released the results of its ‘Intellectual Property Consultancy 2022 ranking survey’, in which Novagraaf appears as a 'leading' firm for trademarks and as an ‘excellent’ firm for patents in France.
Novagraaf was recognised as ‘Leading’ in the Brands, Designs & Models category, and as ‘Excellent’ for patents in the following technical specialities:
- Chemistry, biotech, and life sciences patents
- Electronic telecommunications patent & new technologies
- Patents (general)
Marie-Noëlle de la Fouchardière, Managing Director of Novagraaf France’s patent practice said: “We’re delighted to have been recognised in these four categories by Leader League again this year. Our specialist team of patent attorneys works hard to support our clients in a wide range of industries, by applying our broad IP competence and tailoring our administrative support services and technologies to best meet their commercial needs.”
“At this time of immense challenge for companies and individuals around the globe, we want to reassure our customers that we have business continuity measures in place to uphold these high levels of service quality and support”, added Olivier Boland, Managing Director at Novagraaf in France.
Leaders League is a media and rating agency for top international executives. It connects senior business leaders to a dynamic network of business information and people sharing a common passion: excellence in leadership and management.
The agency delivers up-to-date news, in-depth analysis and business insights through a range of formats, from Décideurs Magazine to market intelligence reports, and from top company rankings and directories to professional events and digital products.
Novagraaf, a Questel company, is one of the world’s largest trademark filers and a major patent filer, managing more than one million intellectual property (IP) assets on behalf of customers, and representing many of the world’s major patent and trademark owners. Founded in 1888, the company is headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, with offices throughout Europe, including London, Brussels, Paris and Geneva, as well as in the US, China and Japan.