Vinge has been awarded the “Top firm in Sweden” in this year’s World Trademark Review. The award is the guide’s premium award and is based on interviews and reviews of the quality and complexity of legal advice.
WTR annually ranks the world’s leading law firms and individual practitioners who have distinguished themselves within the field of trademark law. Vinge has once again received a top ranking as a firm, as well as seven individual recommendations.
Full-service powerhouse Vinge maintains its position as one of the most popular and prominent firms on the market, with praise flowing in from all corners. “It is the firm that stands out the most”, enthuses one peer. “It is one of the biggest competitors in Sweden; the team is exceptionally skilled and well-resourced, the service is high-end and super sophisticated, and if you want the very best, you go to Vinge.”
One of its USPs is that it has a top-notch prosecution practice, with Anette Henrysson taking the lead on that front. Global asset management comes easily to the astute strategist, while colleague Pär Leander is unwavering in his dedication to providing a quality service to some of the world’s biggest players in the telecoms, media and consumer goods industries.
Both Håkan Borgenhäll and Richard Wessman are mentioned, as well as Tobias Kempas:
On the contentious side, Håkan Borgenhäll and Richard Wessman are the names to note. Borgenhäll is hailed as “one of the best and most renowned litigators in the country” and “Wessman is a phenomenal and vastly experienced advocate who is simply excellent on all counts”.
The wonderfully well rounded Tobias Kempas is committed to his clients and their needs. He offers up practical solutions to almost any problem, and is a trusted partner to domestic and international corporations thanks to his steadfast representation inside and outside of the courtroom.
Sofia Ljungblad and Stojan Arnerstål are also highlighted, with particular emphasis upon their commercial focus:
Sofia Ljungblad and Stojan Arnerstål stand out for their strategic advice and approach to asset commercialisation.” Arnerstål comes in for additional praise courtesy of his “business-oriented mindset and dedication to consistently enhancing his skillset. He has a curious mind and is always open to discussing emerging topics.”
The WTR’s recommendations are based on interviews, as well as reviews of the quality, complexity and scope of the legal advice provided.
For further details, read more about the award at the WTR 1000 site.