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High Wycombe attorney named trademark ‘star’

| June 30, 2021


Aaron Wood, Blaser Mills Law. (Image supplied by Blaser Mills Law)

A High Wycombe trademark attorney has been selected as a ‘Trade Mark Star’ for the second year in a row by IP STARS.


Trademark attorney Aaron Wood, who is part of Blaser Mills Law in Oxford Road, High Wycombe, has more than 20 years of experience in advising businesses on the protection and commercialisation of their brands, designs and other IP assets.

Aaron has acted for the likes of clothing company Superdry and several professional athletes, as well as Premier League football clubs, Manchester United and Chelsea FC.

Aaron said: ‘It’s great to have been recognised for a second year in a row. It is testament to the quality of the work we are being asked to do for top clients and, with the team having grown in recent months, I’d hope this will be consolidated next year with an even stronger result.

Alka Kharbanda, partner and chief operating officer at Blaser Mills Law,said: ‘We are very proud of Aaron for holding this title for the second consecutive year, a great way of recognising his excellent work and dedication. Aaron has been involved in many cases setting precedents in the field of IP, and that is likely to continue in the years ahead.

IP STARS ranks individuals who are highly regarded by their peers and clients, or those that are integral to their firm’s success or reputation. The research for the rankings covers a variety of IP practice areas and more than 70 jurisdictions, making it the most comprehensive and widely respected IP guide in the legal profession.

Blaser Mills Law is a top law firm in London and the South East, with offices in London, High Wycombe, Amersham and Silverstone. The firm consistently ranks in the Legal 500 and Chambers UK Guide and, last year, secured a spot in the Legal 500 rankings for the seventh year running, with 10 practice areas listed and an additional 31 lawyers recommended.

*Source of article : Press release on behalf of Blaser Mills Law.

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