The international publication World Trademark Review (WTR) has included Foley Hoag among the top trademark law firms, and commended attorneys Joshua Jarvis, Nicole Kinsley, and Natasha Reed for their expertise in trademark matters.

WTR 1000 – The World's Leading Trademark Professionals recommends law firms and individual practitioners in the trademark field and identifies the leading players in key jurisdictions globally. Assessments are a result of extensive phone interviews with hundreds of lawyers and clients, and a written submission from each firm. This year’s rankings placed Foley Hoag in the silver category within the United States-Massachusetts, noting that “Foley Hoag offers a uniquely tailored approach as it works seamlessly across its various groups to ensure it is meeting its clients’ needs.“

Partner Joshua Jarvis, co-chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Department, ranked in the silver category in Massachusetts for prosecution and strategy. Jarvis was cited as “an excellent attorney who thrives when creating sophisticated, global brand protection strategies, and has developed a niche in the social media and internet-related IP space.”

Counsel and Trademark, Copyright & Unfair Competition practice co-chair Nicole Kinsley ranked in the bronze category in Massachusetts for prosecution and strategy. Kinsley was highly recommended by patrons as “proactive, easy to work with and a wildly capable professional when it comes to global branding. Her rigorous action plans result in successfully protected and enforced brands around the world.”

Partner Natasha Reed, also co-chair of the Trademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition practice, ranked nationally for Anti-Counterfeiting, and in the bronze category in New York in both the enforcement and litigation and prosecution and strategy categories. Reed was noted as “a go-to attorney for brand protection, anti-piracy and online marketplace enforcement; and also has extensive counselling experience in trademark portfolios, product design and everything a company needs for its brand to succeed.”

View the full list of 2024 rankings.