For 2019, Wood Herron & Evans received a Band 3 rating from Chambers and Partners, with recommendations for patent preparation and prosecution abilities, and key sector expertise with regard to media and publishing, industrial, aerospace and wider technology sectors. In addition, Lori Krafte, Ken Germain, and Steve Gillen were singled out for special recognition. Ken Germain was again designated as a one of only two Senior Statespeople in Ohio. Steve Gillen was given another Band 1 rating, one of only two such ratings in Ohio. And Lori Krafte again received a Band 3 rating.
Kenneth Germain is “widely respected and admired,” remarks a market commentator. He is highly regarded for his extensive experience handling a broad array of complex trademark and unfair competition matters.
Stephen Gillen is praised for his experience advising a broad range of media and publishing sector clients on complex IP matters with a strong emphasis on copyright issues. An impressed source remarks: “He’s the best copyright lawyer around. He’s really smart, and has a really in-depth and nuanced knowledge of copyright law. No one has as much knowledge as Steve.”
Lori Krafte “is exceptional and very well versed,” report sources, and another adds: “She’s an excellent lawyer; really smart and knows the law really well.” She is well regarded for her considerable experience handling a wide range of copyright trademark and advertising matters.
About Wood Herron & Evans
Located in the heart of the downtown business district in Cincinnati, Ohio, Wood Herron & Evans represents leaders in science and industry worldwide (including Fortune 500 companies), providing services to help protect the intellectual property assets of its clients, including patents, trademarks, trade dress, trade secrets, and copyrights and providing advice and assistance in advertising, privacy, media defense, internet, information technology and licensing, and related litigation matters. Learn more about the firm at www.whe-law.com.