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  • Baker & McKenzie scoops six Managing IP awards

    March 12, 2015

    Law firm Baker & McKenzie was the big winner at the 10th annual Managing IP Global Awards Dinner, held in London

  • Global Awards winners 2015

    March 11, 2015

    Managing IP's annual global awards dinner took place at the InterContinental, London, tonight. Trophies were presented in more than 70 categories

  • Managing IP – North America awards shortlist revealed

    February 13, 2015

    Managing IP has announced this year’s nominees for its North America Awards, now in their eighth year. The winners will be revealed at an awards dinner in Washington, DC, on March 18

  • Managing IP - Global Awards Shortlists published

    February 11, 2015

    This year sees the 10th anniversary of Managing IP’s global awards and we are pleased to announce the names of the shortlisted firms. Winners will be revealed at the Global Awards Dinner in London on March 11


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Our weekly IP round-up includes Panasonic, Taylor Swift, Motorola, Intellectual Ventures, AT&T http://t.co/bpGxNLKGq7 http://t.co/YQR35RbRve

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Judge Smith on why big numbers is not proof of PTAB success, and clarification of his "death squadding" quote ($) http://t.co/i7ZoWCKsfg

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.@uspto Director Michelle Lee outlines "quick fixes" to #PTAB page limits http://t.co/611famdq4n ($/trial) http://t.co/F5Y8GqG8Xn

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