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Global Awards 2013: shortlists

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Managing IP’s Global Awards Dinner recognising outstanding work in IP in the past year takes place in London on April 17. Winners will be selected from the following shortlists

Asia

Australia Prosecution

Davies Collison Cave

Griffith Hack

Phillips Ormonde

Shelston IP

Spruson & Ferguson


Bird & Bird Awards 2012Australia Contentious

Allens

Ashurst

Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Davies Collison Cave

Herbert Smith Freehills

King & Wood Mallesons


China Prosecution

China Patent Agent (HK)

China Sinda

Kangxin Partners

Liu, Shen & Associates

Unitalen


China Contentious

Awards 2012 Hogan LovellsCCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office

China Sinda

King & Wood Mallesons

Wan Hui Da Intellectal Property Agency

Zhongzi Law Office


China - Foreign firm

Baker & McKenzie

Bird & Bird

Jones Day

Rouse


Hong Kong

Baker & McKenzie

Bird & Bird

Deacons

Mayer Brown JSM


India Prosecution

Anand and AnandAwards 2012 Robin Jacob

De Penning & De Penning

K & S Partners

Krishna & Saurastri

Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan

Remfry & Sagar


India Contentious

Anand and Anand

Lall & Sethi

Remfry & Sagar

Saikrishna & Associates

Singh & Singh



Indonesia

Biro Oktroi Rooseno

Hadiputranto Hadinoto & Partners

Rouse (in association with Suryomurcito & Co)



Japan Prosecution

Aoyama & Partners

Nakamura & Partners

Suzuye & Suzuye

TMI Associates

Yuasa & Hara



Japan Contentious

Kotto Dori Law OfficeAwards 2012 Lego

Nakamura...


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@sudecker1 Thanks Susan. Hope it does justice to the article!

Aug 26 2016 09:57 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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Just published: We talk to some of the visionaries who set up IP law firms in the 60s https://t.co/5nvOoETQiC $/trl https://t.co/QI1BMeTeHQ

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Yes, we'll be presenting a couple of #GACAwards2016 in Shanghai - look out for photos next week! https://t.co/wrlhC79iSt

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