ENSafrica’s IP department recognised for exceptional client service
ENSafrica’s IP department has recently received a number of accolades.
Gaelyn Scott, head of ENSafrica’s IP department, has again been recognised at the International Law Office’s (“ILO’s”) Client Choice Awards. Gaelyn was named the top South African trade mark lawyer in 2018. She was also named the top South African IP lawyer by the Client Choice Awards in 2012, and top South African trade mark lawyer in 2013, 2015 and 2017. Gaelyn was also recently ranked as a leading lawyer in the 2018 Chambers Global Guide. A specialist litigator, Gaelyn is consistently recognised by reputable international rankings agencies and their publications for excellence in the field of IP.
We are also delighted to announce that Waldo Steyn, head of ENSafrica’s commercial IP team, has again been recognised at ILO’s 2018 Client Choice Awards in respect of copyright, an award he also received in 2017.
The Client Choice Awards aim to recognise law firms and partners around the world for exceptional client care and quality of service. Judges consider the ability of firms and individuals to add real value to clients’ business above and beyond the other players in the market.
ENSafrica’s IP department, which offers specialist IP expertise through several offices on the African continent, was established only eight and a half years ago, has grown exponentially and has very quickly become a major player in the IP legal market in Africa, rivalling the continent’s boutique IP firms.
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