Patent survey 2013 results


The world’s leading patent firms are recommended and ranked in the 20th year of Managing IP's legal market research

The IP Survey is the industry's biggest, oldest and most detailed analysis of the leading patent firms worldwide. This year there are some interesting changes, reflecting mergers in Australia, new firms in Europe and new practices in the United States. For the first time the researchers behind the rankings have also written features around the issues they came across, from how the prosecution industry in Europe is changing to the way big US filers distribute their work.

As in previous years, this issue only features the patent rankings. The trade mark rankings will be released with the March issue and copyright with April. 

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Survey methodology The IP Survey consists of rankings of the leading firms practising intellectual property in each country, presented in tiers. The total number of firms listed in each jurisdiction varies according to the size of the...


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ICYMI, new blog post rounding up the week in IP - Aereo, USPTO, Thomas Pink, Victoria’s Secret, Tesla, TPP http://t.co/5EKtsh8eqY

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Barbados is formulating a national IP strategy. Might be a trip to cover in more detail. http://t.co/XtfGxSz4b2

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