100% of our customers would recommend LLR, according to the satisfaction campaign launched in 2022.
Our recognition in the profession
- Financial Times ranking
Every year, the Financial Times lists the European firms that are recommended for their services, based on recommendations from clients or peers.
In 2023, LLR was cited among the 177 European firms recommended, and particularly distinguished itself in electrical engineering (4 firms recommended in France), chemicals and pharmaceuticals (7 firms recommended in France only) and mechanical engineering (5 firms recommended in France) sectors, winning a medal in the bronze category in all three.
- IP Stars ranking
LLR has been recognized by the Managing IP website’s IP Stars ranking in 2023, listing our firm in “level 3” of firms recognized for patent prosecution, i.e. LLR is ranked between the 9th and 12th firm in France.
Managing IP is an IP information website and magazine for IP professionals, operating since 1990. They are the initiators of the IP Stars rankings, which list experts for advice on intellectual property matters.
- Décideurs ranking
Since 2019, LLR has been listed as one of the top IP consultancies by the Leaders Leaders League, publisher of “Décideurs” magazine. Each year, a ranking is drawn up according to four rating categories: unmissable, excellent, strong reputation and reputed practice.
In 2023, our expertise and the commitment of our teams earned us an “Excellent” rating in the following areas:
- Trademarks, designs & models ;
- Electronic Patents Telecoms & New Technologies;
- Physics, Mechanics and Construction patents;
- Chemical, Biotech & Life Sciences patents.
Our customers testify to our services through the satisfaction campaign launched in 2022.
“I just wanted to let you know that we’re delighted with XX’s performance, who has shown great professionalism and agility. XX very quickly integrated herself into the team and is also a great source of insight into the workings of your firm. To date, the collaboration has been a success.”
Head of the Paralegal PI division of a major group, further to integration of one LLR manager in their team for several months
“Professionalism and expertise in our fields of activity. Warm, human contact. Good adaptation of messages according to the interlocutors and their level of IP knowledge.”
Patent engineer in the food industry
“LLR is a firm of people motivated to do well.”
Patent engineer for a major group whose portfolio is managed by LLR
“LLR benefits from a competent, responsive and friendly team.”
Legal manager in the fashion industry
“Reactivity, regular and useful reminders, speed of execution, pertinent advice, decision aids”
Trademark Manager in the energy industry
A committed company…
… for its customers
In compliance with our ethical rules, we guarantee your independence, professional secrecy and the confidentiality of your data. We are also subject to a ban on conflicts of interest. It is by adhering to these values that LLR provides you with transparent support. For us, it is essential to build a solid relationship of trust together, which will enable us to provide you with the best possible support for all your projects over the long term. Aware of your budgetary constraints, we make sure we have your prior agreement before incurring any costs. That way, you won’t have any nasty surprises on your bills.
… for its employees
LLR advocates a balance between the professional and private lives of its employees. Telecommuting is very much a part of this stability. At the same time, we seek to create a friendly working environment that promotes the well-being and motivation of everyone. We are also attentive to each employee’s desire for training or internal development.
… for the environment and society
As pioneers in the digitalization of our profession, we strive to play our part in preserving the environment. We encourage each and every one of us to adopt more frugal digital habits to reduce data flows and energy consumption. Our transport policy establishes a hierarchy of modes of transport to be used for employee travel, starting with the least polluting. In addition, since its foundation LLR has chosen the “paperless” method, reducing the use of paper within the organization. We also encourage selective sorting.
As far as our suppliers are concerned, we favor responsible purchasing, choosing as far as possible suppliers who are local, respectful of the environment or involved in professional integration.
LLR is a signatory to the IP Excellence Charter, the national quality charter for industrial property attorneys. This charter defines the practices, behaviors and commitments of firms that choose to adhere to it, with the aim of pursuing a continuous improvement approach to the quality of their services.
The National Quality Charter for CPI firms defines 3 principles:
- strategic advice ;
- transnational consultancy (particularly in setting up the Unified Patent Jurisdiction); and
- 100% responsible advice.
These priorities are backed up by a set of commitments and an action plan. Each year, members of the Charter are required to carry out a self-assessment of their firm to check whether their practices comply with the provisions of the IP Excellence Charter and, if necessary, to improve them. This self-assessment covers the ten key points below: