World Trademark Review 2023: “AAA Law“ Maintains a Leading Position in the Baltic Countries
The world-renowned publication “World Trademark Review” published the ratings of 2023 and named “AAA Law“ again as the leader (“GOLD” category) in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The ratings note that AAA Law is “a long-established leader on the Lithuanian market, the firm has bags of experience, a deep and diverse bench of experts and the capability to support rights holders throughout the Baltic region via its own affiliated offices. It is active globally, too. It provides outstanding trademark maintenance services to us. We find it professional, attentive, responsive, reliable and an excellent partner all-round”.
According to a source: “Ausra Pakeniene takes the reins of the trademark group and is lauded as a “thoughtful and forward-looking adviser who helps patrons to protect themselves and create opportunities for expansion into new markets”. Her recent highlights including acting for CC Learning in registering a figurative mark consisting of audio and video content for use on its internet platform as a European trademark. Not only is CC Learning one of relatively few applicants to have successfully registered an EU multimedia trademark, it is the first from Lithuania”.
Another source claims that: “shining as a portfolio manager and strategist, Otilija Klimaitienė is another highly regarded senior member of the team and brings in more than 35 years of experience”.
“World Trademark Review” is a unique guide that identifies the top trademark professionals in key jurisdictions around the globe. It focuses exclusively on trademark practice and has firmly established itself as the definitive ‘go-to’ resource for those seeking world-class legal trademark expertise. To arrive at the results, it undertakes an exhaustive qualitative research project to identify the firms and individuals that are deemed outstanding in this critical area of practice. When identifying the leading firms, factors such as depth of expertise, market presence and the level of work on which they are typically instructed were all taken into account, alongside positive peer and client feedback.
More about the ratings.