Brian Kinder Ranked No. 1 Trademark Registration Lawyer And Trademark Infringement Lawyer in California!May 5, 2014 9:50 pm Leave your thoughts
f you have ever dealt with the founder of the firm, Brian P. Kinder, you know he is always busily working on something trademark-related for one of his clients – whether it be a trademark application or a trademark infringement matter. Well, The Kinder Law Group (TKLG) is pleased to report that with hard work comes recognition.
You may recall that, in 2012, TKLG proudly announced that Mr. Kinder had been ranked in the top 10 of all trademark application lawyers and trademark infringement lawyers for the Orange County, California area. A year later, in 2013, TKLG proudly announced that Mr. Kinder was honored to be ranked in the top 10 of all trademark application lawyers and trademark infringements for not just the Orange County area, but for the entire State of California. This year, in 2014, TKLG is thrilled to announce that Mr. Kinder is now ranked as the number one trademark application lawyer and the number one trademark infringement lawyer in both the Orange County, California area, but also for the entire State of California.
The rankings appear in one of the leading online lawyer rating websites – www.avvo.com. As explained on the company’s website (see link below), the Avvo® rating system is completely unbiased (i.e., unlike other attorney ranking sites, you can’t pay to increase your rank on Avvo), there is no favoritism, and the company takes a number of factors into consideration, including, years in practice, disciplinary history, professional achievements and industry recognition of the lawyer. The Kinder Law Group is highly honored by this credible and prestigious ranking.
For an explanation of the Avvo® ranking system see www.avvo.com/support/avvo_rating. This report is based upon searches for “Trademark Application” lawyers located in “California” and “Trademark Infringement” lawyers located in “California” both performed on May 13, 2014.
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