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Wyatt’s Intellectual Property Group Receives National Award

Wyatt’s Intellectual Property Group Receives National Award

Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP has been awarded first place recognition by the national Legal Marketing Association (LMA) for a brochure created by the law firm’s Intellectual Property Group that highlights the firm’s abilities to help clients Find IP Value through audits, litigation and rate advantages.

The brochure explains Wyatt’s abilities to assist clients in all facets of Intellectual Property concerns, including audits which might uncover unprotected assets and wasteful protection policies, asserting and defending claims through litigation, and rate advantages over national firms and intellectual property boutiques.

The annual Legal Marketing Association’s Your Honor Awards is the nation’s oldest national award program that recognizes excellence in legal marketing. The LMA is a not-for-profit organization that works to maintain the professional standards of marketing, business development, client service and communications within the legal profession.

The Your Honor Awards program accepts entries from law firms across the United States, including firms with as many as 4,200 lawyers in 30 countries. Over 170 entries were received for 16 categories. This is the third time in the last eight years that Wyatt has been honored with an award for its promotional material. Prior awards were for its “Year in Review.”

Wyatt’s fast growing IP practice provides legal advice on patent, trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation for every type of business, start-up to Fortune 500, from bowling balls, to liquor packaging, to medical devices. The Firm has defended clients against patent trolls and asserted patent infringements for inventors resulting in billion dollar settlements for its clients.

Contact
Andrew J. Payton
Chief Marketing Officer
Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP
500 West Jefferson Street, Suite 2800
Louisville, KY 40202
502.562.7160
andrewpayton@wyattfirm.com