In the most recent edition of IAM Patent 1000, Bech-Bruun once again obtains a gold band ranking in the litigation and transactions category. And several of the lawyers in Bech-Bruun's IP team have received impressive individual mentionings.
“Bech-Bruun is fantastic – its lawyers are always willing to listen and every discussion with them is productive.”, is one of the commendations from IAM Patent 1000 – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners.
Once again, Bech-Bruun is given a lead ranking by IAM Patent 1000, which every year ranks the leading lawyers and law firms in the patent area. The international guide is based on 1008 interviews with practising lawyers and in-house lawyers and the assessment is based on depth of expertise, market presence and the level of work on which the firms are typically engaged. Positive feedback from clients is also included.
The publication describes Bech-Bruun as:
“a hard-hitting, well prepared, strategically shrewd outfit with enough raw advocacy power to clinch victory even in the most daunting life sciences, electronics and mechanics cases.”
And several Bech-Bruun lawyers are given high praise.
Partner Klaus Ewald Madsen is described as:
”very skilled at understanding complex chemical subject matter during pharmaceutical litigation. He knows every nook and cranny of his briefs and is great at presenting them orally.”
Partner Martin Dræbye Gantzhorn is described as:
“life sciences guru Martin Draebye Gantzhorn is simply “one of the most respected, qualified, influential and well-connected IP lawyers in Denmark”".
Partner Dan Bjerg Geary is pointed out by clients for giving:
“very usable advice” and possessing “great IP knowledge”.
Senior associate Johnny Petersen is referred to as:
“an eminently experienced, Supreme Court-admitted IP litigator whose compelling arguments can swing a case.”
You may read more about the rankings here.