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Managing IP Global Awards 2014: the winners



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Awards were presented to the leading national, regional and global firms at a ceremony at the Dorchester, London on March 19

Award DLA PiperNational awards

Argentina Marval O'Farrell & Mairal

Australia prosecution Davies Collison Cave

Australia contentious Allens

Austria Gassauer-Fleissner Rechtsanwälte

Belgium contentious Altius

Benelux trade mark prosecution NLO Shieldmark

Brazil Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira

Chile Carey

China prosecution Chang Tsi & Partners

Ruud PetersChina contentious Lifang & Partners

China IP transactional work Baker & McKenzie

China foreign firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

China rising star Unitalen Attorneys at Law

Colombia Brigard & Castro

Denmark COPA Copenhagen Patents

Finland Roschier

France prosecution Cabinet Beau de Loménie

France contentious Hoyng Monegier

Germany prosecution Grünecker

Simon ThorleyGermany contentious Reimann Osterrieth Köhler Haft

Hong Kong Baker & McKenzie

India prosecution Anand and Anand

India contentious Saikrishna & Associates

Indonesia Rouse

Ireland A&L Goodbody

Italy prosecution Jacobacci & Partners

Italy contentious Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati

Japan prosecution Nakamura & Partners

Japan contentious Abe Ikubo & Katayama

Awards Dinner 2014Japan IP team Abe Ikubo & Katayama

Japan foreign firm Morrison & Foerster

Malaysia Skrine

Mexico - patent Olivares & Cia

Mexico - trade mark Olivares & Cia

Mexico - copyright Olivares & Cia

Middle East Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property

Netherlands patent prosecution V.O.

Netherlands contentious Hoyng Monegier

New Zealand Simpson Grierson

Awards-WraggeNorway Zacco

Peru Barreda Moller

The Philippines SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

Poland Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak

Romania Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen

Russia Dentons

Scotland Brodies

Singapore prosecution Marks & Clerk

Singapore contentious Drew & Napier

South Africa Adams & Adams

AwardsSouth Korea prosecution FirstLaw P.C.

South Korea contentious
Kim & Chang

Pan-Asia Baker & McKenzie

Spain prosecution
ZBM Patents & Trademarks

Spain contentious
Clifford Chance

Sweden Vinge

Switzerland Lenz & Staehelin

Taiwan Tsai Lee & Chen

Thailand Domnern Somgiat & Boonma

Turkey Mehmet Gün & Partners

Awards Hogan LovellsUK patent prosecution
Boult Wade Tennant

UK patent contentious
Wragge & Co

UK trade mark prosecution RGC Jenkins

UK trade mark contentious Pinsent Masons

Vietnam Tilleke & Gibbins

Regional awards

Europe - patent Hoyng Monegier

Europe - high-tech Bird & Bird

Europe - life sciences Simmons & Simmons

Europe - trade mark/design Bird & Bird Awards Olivares

Europe - copyright Olswang

Europe - domain names/internet
Hogan Lovells

EPO Lavoix

OHIM Gevers

Pan-Asia Baker & McKenzie

Latin America - firm to watch Allende & Garcia Abogados

Global award

Global firm of the year
DLA Piper

Special awards

Outstanding achievementAwards Japan
Ruud Peters, Philips IP & Standards

Outstanding achievement
Tian Lipu, SIPO

Outstanding achievement Simon Thorley QC

In-house team of the year Novartis


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