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Albright IP celebrates double success

The latest version of the industry handbook that lists top Intellectual Property professionals across the world includes not just one, but two directors from Cheltenham-based IP attorney, Albright IP.

Katie Oliver and Julia House, directors and chartered trade mark attorneys, have received a 'shout out' in the reputed World Trade Mark Review: The world's leading trade mark professionals 2021.

The review is regarded as the definitive 'go to' resource for anyone seeking world-class legal trademark expertise.

The individuals and companies listed within its pages are selected for their depth of expertise, sector knowledge, and competence in handling the work for which they are typically instructed. These aspects are taken into account, along with positive peer and client feedback.

This is not the first time that the pair have been mentioned in despatches, after also being listed in the 2019 and 2020 directories.

Albright IP managing director Robert Games said: "We pride ourselves in the quality and calibre of our attorneys and the expertise we offer. Our Trade Mark team led by Katie and Julia really is phenomenal and this latest World Trade Mark Review provides further evidence of this. I'm incredibly pleased that both Katie and Julia have again succeeded in achieving this well-deserved listing."

Albright IP serves around 2,000 clients across the world, including Europe, the US and China, providing advice on all aspects of IP protection and enforcement, including patents, designs, copyright and trade marks.

For more information, please visit https://www.albright-ip.co.uk/ or call 01242 691801.

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