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Carlton Fields Attorneys Named to 2024 World Trademark Review Global Leaders List

TAMPA, FL – Carlton Fields’ Eleanor Yost and William “Ty” Giltinan were recognized in the sixth edition of the World Trademark Review Global Leaders list. The list comprises the world’s foremost law firm and corporate trademark experts, drawing on WTR’s market-leading research projects — the WTR 1000 and the WTR 300 — to identify leading experts in the trademark practice. Carlton Fields’ Intellectual Property Practice was also honored with gold band status in the WTR 1000’s 2024 annual guide.

Yost, chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice, manages national and international patent, trademark, and domain name portfolios for some of the most recognizable brands in the world. She also litigates high-stakes intellectual property disputes in state and federal courts, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Yost is board certified in intellectual property law by the Florida Bar.

Giltinan’s practice includes patent, trademark, and copyright litigation, prosecution, portfolio management, and transactional matters. While he works with clients in a variety of industries, Giltinan’s practice tends to focus on assisting technology companies in their efforts to protect, monetize, and defend their intellectual property assets. His litigation experience includes matters involving patent infringement in a variety of technology areas, copyright infringement, trade secret disputes, and trademark and unfair competition matters.


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