Renowned international publications such as Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), Intellectual Asset Management (IAM), World Trademark Review (WTR) and Chambers Europe have awarded our firm repeatedly. Below is a selection of recent commendations.

Chambers Europe

"Growing boutique highly recommended for its ability to provide high-quality advice on a range of IP mandates as well as patent attorney services."

IAM Patent 1000

"With a total of seven individuals listed, RENTSCH PARTNER has by far and away more practitioners recommended than any other Swiss competitor. Both prosecutors and litigators find a home at the set, which can simultaneously claim to be the country’s most prolific filer and a presence in many key courtroom battles. Commanding the “lion’s share” of contentious briefs, Christian Hilti has the Midas touch. His robust, intellectually rigorous arguments are always built on the most pertinent details. The dispute resolution team received a further boost with the arrival of Demian Stauber. An “impressive litigator”, the IAM Patent 1000 debutant is “a top talent who is very well known for his skills within the IP community”. Heading up the Association of Swiss Patent and Trademark Attorneys, Louis Lagler shines on the non-contentious side. The mechanical and electrical engineer is a much sought-after adviser. Increasing their involvement in litigation are Dany Vogel and Alfred Köpf, whose support often proves essential in do-or-die high tech disputes. Celebrated chemist Moritz Kälin knows the secret formula for drafting successful patent applications."

MIP

Since 2014 Rentsch Partner has been the only firm listed in all four categories at once (Patent Litigation, Patent Prosecution, Trademark Litigation und Trademark Prosecution) by Managing Intellectual Property.

WTR

"A one-stop shop for “top-quality” trademark counsel, Rentsch Partner is the firm of choice for a wide array of household names. An energetic and progressive presence in the market, it operates adroitly on both sides of the contentious/non-contentious divide. With experience gained in 60 jurisdictions, Gregor Wild is heralded for his “stunning IP knowledge, excellent both in practice and theory”. Straight-shooting litigator Christian Hilti is a formidable courtroom combatant, with complementary contractual and arbitration know-how to boot. Matthias Staedeli combines expertise in media, trademark and design law to conjure an array of options for rights holders embroiled in tricky disputes."

 

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