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Adams and Reese Partner Mitch Boult, in the firm’s Nashville office, is prominently featured and profiled in the 2015 IP Stars book, “The Definitive Guide to Leading IP Firms and Lawyers.” In the Tennessee state section, Adams and Reese is listed among the “Highly Recommended,” and there is a story about the firm’s trademark practice.

The profile says about Boult: “Mitch Boult truly understands the complex commercial environment in which his clients operate, succeeding brilliantly where others fail.”

Boult and his team have more than 6,000 trademarks under management and regularly devise both commercial and legal strategies for driving brand value, increasing brand strength, and decreasing the cost of global trademark portfolios. In addition to advising US corporations, Boult and his team represent dozens of famous brands from Asia, Europe, and South America in their US endeavors.

Boult counsels multi-national corporations on intellectual property matters and is particularly skilled in developing strategies for monetizing and enforcing IP rights on a global basis. Boult has served as lead advisor on branding campaigns throughout Asia, Europe and North America; on establishing licensing and franchising networks for US corporations in Europe and Asia; and on multi-jurisdictional IP litigation involving rights and registrations in dozens of countries. He has developed unique expertise in guiding US corporations as they extend their brands into new markets and in suggesting practical and cost-effective strategies for doing so. As the challenges of regulatory compliance have proliferated, he advises clients on E-commerce and data privacy issues, including the US EU Safe Harbor, opt-in opt-out, and similar topics.

Boult is listed in The Best Lawyers in America (by BL Rankings, LLC) (Trademark and Intellectual Property Law), and in Super Lawyers (by Thomson Reuters) State and Regional editions for both Intellectual Property and International Law. He has been a member of the International Trademark Association for 15 years, serving on its Emerging Issues Committee and Fair Use and Other Boundaries Subcommittee.