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North America Awards winners revealed

Managing Intellectual Property


Leading firms from the US and Canada were honoured at Managing IP's fifth annual awards ceremony this week

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Prosecution
Northeast

Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Prosecution
South

Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Prosecution
Midwest

Foley & Lardner

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Prosecution

West
Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Contentious
Northeast

WilmerHale

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Contentious
South

McKool Smith

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Contentious
Midwest

Kirkland & Ellis

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Patent Contentious
West

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Trademark Prosecution
Northeast

Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Trademark Prosecution
South

Fulbright & Jaworski

Firm of the Year 2012
United States - Trademark...


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RT @The_IPO: Government to introduce option of webmarking for registered #designs http://t.co/bhGurYxHYn

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Shenzhen Goldman Sachs is China’s latest fake - http://t.co/2DcIXrEZcR http://t.co/rgJ4rSPSJM via @FT (£) #trademark #copycat

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Interesting case study. We briefly discussed this topic earlier this year http://t.co/yvezqYxMqr https://t.co/VdvhcXvwqV

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