LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The World Trademark Review (WTR) has recognized Enoch Liang as a "Recommended Expert" in trademark litigation. The full quote from WTR is reproduced below:
Name partner and IP chief at Lee Tran & Liang [LTL] Enoch Liang "deals with trademark matters wonderfully; he is well versed in litigation and his clients always walk away happy." He has practiced in both the United States and China, affording him a unique perspective on cross-jurisdictional mandates and giving the companies he serves a secure foothold in one of the world's key jurisdictions through an extensive network of contacts.
WTR publishes an annual independent research directory called the WTR 1000—the World's Leading Trademark Professionals. Each year, WTR undertakes an independent, qualitative, market research project which seeks to identify leading trademark practitioners around the world. WTR's full methodology is outlined here.
Other firms recognized by the WTR include Quinn Emanuel, Fenwick & West, Knobbe Martens, Irell & Manella, and Greenberg Traurig.
"We are incredibly proud of Enoch to have received this recognition from the WTR," stated James M. Lee, LTL's managing partner. "We are especially thrilled with the quote about LTL's client service, which LTL prides itself on. This award, coming on the heels of LTL being named to the 2016 BTI Client Service A-Team List, further confirms that our focus on client service is noticed and appreciated."
Lee Tran & Liang LLP (LTL) is a national boutique law firm focused on complex litigation and trials. Based in California, LTL tackles matters nationwide and represents global companies. LTL was named as one of ten firms to the National Law Journal's Litigation Boutiques Hot List (2014). The firm's attorneys have practiced at prominent law firms including Quinn Emanuel, Morgan Lewis, Lovells, Manatt Phelps, and Perkins Coie, and are graduates of top law schools. Primary practice areas include complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation, class actions, and employment defense. LTL offers a number of creative fee arrangements in appropriate matters. For more information, please contact partner Thomas Suh at (213) 612-8900 / firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.ltlattorneys.com.
SOURCE Lee Tran & Liang LLP