Banner Witcoff Wins Three Prestigious Awards for Litigation and Trademark Work

Banner Witcoff received Managing Intellectual Property’s 2019 “Impact Case of the Year” award for its work representing Converse in its trademark battle against entities selling knock-off versions of the company’s iconic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker.

Managing IP presented Banner Witcoff with the honor at its annual awards program, which took place April 4 in New York and recognized top IP law firms and practitioners for their achievements in 2019. Banner Witcoff’s trademark practice was also named “Trademark Contentious Firm of the Year” and “Trademark Prosecution Firm of the Year” among Midwest law firms.

Banner Witcoff President Andy Mu said: “These awards from Managing IP are a testament to the strength of Banner Witcoff’s Trademark and Litigation practices and reputation as a top IP law firm. We are honored to receive the recognition and proud of the results our attorneys deliver for our clients.”

Click here to learn more about Banner Witcoff’s work on the Converse case, which won Managing IP’s “Impact Case of the Year” award.

Banner Witcoff attorneys at The 2019 MIP Americas Awards. Front: Christopher Renk; Back (Left to Right): Maurine Knutsson, Helen Hill Minsker, Katie Laatsch Fink, Janice Mitrius, Anna King, Audra Eidem Heinze, Aaron Bowling, Michael Harris.
Banner Witcoff MIP Americas Firm of the Year – Trademark Litigation Midwest
Banner Witcoff MIP Americas Firm of the Year – Trademark Prosecution Midwest