|Carrington & Sealy|
|JD Sellier & Co|
|Livingston Alexander & Levy|
|Myers Fletcher & Gordon|
|Fitzwilliam Stone Furness-Smith & Morgan|
|Foga Daley & Co|
|George Walton Payne & Co|
|M Hamel-Smith & Co|
|Pollonais Blanc de la Bastide & Jacelon|
|Arguelles & Company|
|Clark Gittens Farma|
|Mair and Company|
Carrington & Sealy is a full-service firm based in Barbados. The firm focuses its practice on civil advisory and litigation work, corporate law, conveyancing and estates and intellectual property law. The lean firm consists of four partners, with one working at the helm of Carrington & Sealy’s IP practice, which is fully capable of handling all IP matters, including trade mark and patent filings, strategy, enforcement and litigation.
Based in Trinidad, JD Sellier+Co is a general practice firm broken into four main areas of civil practice: corporate and commercial, real estate, intellectual property and litigation and dispute resolution. Founded in 1882, the firm’s has built upon its deep history to become a substantial firm of 20 attorneys and 77 other staff members. J.D. Sellier+Co’s IP practice dates back to 1929, and serves its clients’ trade mark, patent, industrial design, copyright and domain names, as well as providing counseling regarding IP-related facets of IP law. The firm has become particularly active in litigating trademark infringement matters that develop from the frequent seizure of counterfeit goods by Trinidad’s customs authorities.
Jamaica’s oldest law firm, Livingston Alexander & Levy is a full-service law firm led by twelve partners, two of whom are at the helm of its lean but distinguished IP practice, particularly with regard to its trade mark and copyright work. The firm’s IP group advises and litigates for multi-national corporations and has aided entertainers and their organizations in a number of copyright matters.
Myers Fletcher & Gordon was founded in Jamaica in the 1940s and, in the 1990s, extended its reach across the Atlantic to establish a UK office. The firm has a substantial presence in the international marketplace for commercial law, but its IP practice has also become one of its strongest areas of expertise, with six attorneys practising in a range of IP areas.