CNPLaw LLP’s Intellectual Property Practice continues to be recognised in the 2021 Edition of the World Trademark Review 1000

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CNPLaw LLP’s Intellectual Property Practice continues to be recognised in the 2021 Edition of the World Trademark Review 1000


Date Published: 16 February 2021 




 

CNPLaw LLP (“CNP”) is proud to announce that its Intellectual Property (“IP”) Practice has once again been recognised as a leading practice in the 2021 Edition of the World Trademark Review 1000 (“WTR 1000”). Our IP practice is ranked under the “Bronze Band” in the Prosecution and Strategy category, and as stated in the publication, this signifies that the practice has been “praised by sources and is among the most competitive in the field”.  

Our firm’s Partner, Ms See Tow Soo Ling, has also been featured as a leading individual in the 2021 Edition of the WTR 1000. Soo Ling is ranked under the “Silver Band” in the Prosecution and Strategy category, which meant that she has “attracted extensive feedback and [is] renowned for [her] top-end work”. 

The publication has also provided the firm with the following review: “CNPLaw is a full-service law firm with a strong presence on the trademark scene. Soo Ling See Tow leads the IP practice and serves as deputy head of the dispute resolution team. With over a decade of experience, she has a stellar track record of expert portfolio management for domestic and international clients.”

 

About World Trademark Review 1000

WTR 1000 is a directory dedicated to identifying the world’s leading trademark legal service providers. Firms and individuals are ranked based on factors such as depth of expertise, market presence, the level of work on which they are typically instructed, and the feedback provided by peers and clients.


See Tow Soo Ling - Oct2017
Partner

    Soo Ling’s main areas of practice are intellectual property and dispute resolution. She has experience in a diverse range of matters such as building construction, company law, commercial law, disciplinary proceedings, employment law, family law, intellectual property, property law, probate & administration and shareholder disputes.



    Global trade continually exposes the local market to new products and services whilst providing local businesses the opportunity to venture out to international markets. In coping with international and local competition, we can help our clients establish a strong brand image which provides their business with a powerful means of promoting and marketing their products and services. We can also help our clients safeguard their new inventions, which are inevitably vulnerable to exploitation by others when utilized or marketed. Our services include processing applications to register trademarks, designs and patents in Singapore as well as worldwide, through our extensive network of foreign associate firms.





      Practice Area: Intellectual Property