The UK trademark practice of Intellectual Property (IP) consultancy Novagraaf has been recommended for its expertise in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500. Managing Director, Trademarks (UK) Vanessa Harrow and Trademark Attorneys Laura Morrish and Dan Halliday were recognised in this year’s publication.
“[The Novagraaf UK team is] responsive, understands clients needs, budgets and provides pragmatic advice, [ is] very willing to meet different requirements for billing and to work collaboratively with other law firms working on the client’s matters.” The Legal 500
For the tenth year running, Novagraaf's UK offices have been recommended in the PATMA Trademark Attorney (Technology, Media and Telecoms) section of The Legal 500.
The Legal 500 is collated independently by legal publisher Legalese. Its team speaks to thousands of commercial clients every year, and its rankings and recommendations are based on the outcome of those discussions and on merit alone.
In this year’s guide, Vanessa Harrow, Laura Morrish and Dan Halliday were given special mention for their expertise. In the client testimonials, Vanessa was recommended for her “good client care skills, [she] keeps up to date with and [is] interested in client’s activities, responsive [and] willing to look for solutions.” While Laura was recognised for her “responsive, clear practical advice [and] in-depth knowledge of law and procedures.”
Commenting on the firm’s recommendation, Vanessa Harrow said: “I am, once again, extremely proud that Novagraaf, and the UK trademark team in particular, has been recommended in this year’s edition of The Legal 500. By delivering innovative IP solutions alongside tailored legal, administrative and commercial advice and services, the Novagraaf team is able to provide clients with the insight into their IP portfolios that they need to be able to make informed and strategic decisions. It is by combining our strong heritage of high quality legal and consulting services with innovative tech-enabled IP solutions that we can make a real difference and I am pleased that this has been recognised again in this edition of The Legal 500.”