CSG Law Ranks Among Top Trademark Firms in 2022 Edition of WTR 1000

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (“CSG Law”) was recently recognized by the World Trademark Review (“WTR”) in the 2022 edition of the WTR 1000. In addition to receiving firmwide rankings, Peter E. Nussbaum, Co-Chair of CSG’s Intellectual Property Group, and Abigail J. Remore, a member of the Intellectual Property Group, were both named for their trademark practices. The directory, which focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners, has established itself as the definitive resource for those seeking world-class legal trademark guidance.

Serving a client base that includes leading entertainers, internationally-renowned nonprofit organizations, and high-growth food and beverage brands, CSG Law’s nationally acclaimed Intellectual Property Group has extensive experience in all aspects of intellectual property law including copyrights, intellectual property enforcement and litigation, intellectual property licensing, transactions and due diligence, patent, trademark and trade dress, and trade secret protection.

“With a fine-grained appreciation of the critical business importance of trademarks, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi applies exceptional rigor in protecting them,” the World Trademark Review said in its latest edition. “The team has prosecution down to a fine art, taking applications to grant efficiently worldwide with a laser focus on clients’ broader portfolio objectives; and as an IP all-rounder, it is never found wanting in enforcement and litigation scenarios.”

Peter, who, according to the WTR 1000, “executes flawlessly for household names in the entertainment and food and beverage industries,” was named because “[he] offers invaluable support and can handle all trademark needs.” Meanwhile, Abby made her debut in the WTR 1000 this year as she’s “a rising star in [Trademark Trial and Appeal Board] practice.”

To learn more about the WTR 1000, please visit the World Trademark Review’s website.

Visit csglaw.com/award-methodology for additional details on the selection process for the above-mentioned recognitions.