NJORD’s IP department hold its strong position in IP Stars

IP Stars has just published the 2019 ratings. NJORD’s Intellectual Property department has once again received strong ratings and shows that the team are among the best both nationally and internationally.

This year, the department is recommended in the categories; Trade Mark Contentious, Trade Mark Prosecution, Intellectual Property Contentious, and Copyright & Related Rights.

NJORD has not declined in ratings, and the result is that we are listed in the second tier within three areas and in the third tier in one area. An impressive result we are delighted with.

NJORD is still represented by two partners, who are listed as Trade Mark Stars, namely Jeppe Brogaard Clausen and Peter Gustav Olson.

> Read the IP Stars rankings here

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