Rouse women recognised by two leading publications

Our IP professionals listed in WIPR's Influential Women in IP and MIP's Top 250 Women in IP

World IP Review: Influential Women in IP

Linda Chang, Rouse China Country Manager and Carole Theuri of Muthoni Advocates and consultant for Rouse Africa have been recognised by World IP Review in its magazine showcasing the most influential women in IP.

                Linda Chang                                              Carole Theuri

The publication, which profiles IP's leading female practitioners, details Linda's experience acting in important cases such as the 'Burberry check' case and securing well-known trademark status for Jaguar. They note that she was one of the first trademark agents to qualify under China's IP regulatory system.

Carole Theuri is noted for handling anti-counterfeit matters for global brands and multinational companies in Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania and IP enforcement in Ethiopia.

Managing Intellectual Property Top 250 Women in IP

Linda Chang and MEA Managing Partner, Sara Holder have been listed among the Top 250 Women in IP by Managing Intellectual Property having been listed in previous years too.

Launched in 2013, it recognises the leading female IP practitioners in private practice who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year. 

Congratulations to them all.