Revealed: Managing IP Asia Awards 2019 winners
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Revealed: Managing IP Asia Awards 2019 winners

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The Managing IP Asia Awards 2019 ceremony was held on March 20 in Hong Kong; we can now publish the winners here

Managing IP hosted the Asia Awards 2019 in front of nearly 100 people at the Island Shangri-La, on what was a fantastic evening to honour the best IP achievements by law firms and in-house counsel last year. 

You can find all of the winners below. Read the shortlists here

We will publish the reasons for the awards in our May/June issue, and all the photos from the evening will soon be made available on our Facebook page.

Now we look to New York, where we will host the Americas Awards 2019 on April 4. You can find more details about that ceremony here.

Congratulations to all the winning firms in Asia this year!


NATIONAL AWARDS

AUSTRALIA Copyright: Clayton Utz

AUSTRALIA IP Transactions: King & Wood Mallesons

AUSTRALIA Patent Contentious: King & Wood Mallesons

AUSTRALIA Patent Prosecution: FPA Patent Attorneys

AUSTRALIA Trade Mark Contentious: King & Wood Mallesons

AUSTRALIA Trade Mark Prosecution: Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick

CHINA Copyright: King & Wood Mallesons

CHINA IP Transactions: Allen & Overy

CHINA Patent Contentious: King & Wood Mallesons

CHINA Patent Prosecution: China Patent Agent (HK)

CHINA Trade Mark Contentious: King & Wood Mallesons            

CHINA Trade Mark Prosecution: King & Wood Mallesons

CHINA Foreign Law Firm: Hogan Lovells

HONG KONG Firm of the Year: Deacons

INDIA Copyright: Saikrishna & Associates

INDIA Patent Contentious: Anand & Anand

INDIA Patent Prosecution: K & S Partners

INDIA Trade Mark Contentious: Remfry & Sagar

INDIA Trade Mark Prosecution: RK Dewan & Co

INDONESIA Contentious: K&K Advocates

INDONESIA Prosecution: Hadiputranto Hadinoto & Partners

JAPAN Patent Contentious: Abe Ikubo & Katayama

JAPAN Patent Prosecution: Yuasa and Hara

JAPAN Trade Mark Contentious: TMI Associates

JAPAN Trade Mark Prosecution: Asamura Patent Office

JAPAN Foreign Firm: Hogan Lovells

MALAYSIA Contentious: Skrine

MALAYSIA Prosecution: Marks & Clerk

NEW ZEALAND Contentious: Chapman Tripp

NEW ZEALAND Prosecution: Baldwins Intellectual Property

THE PHILIPPINES Firm of the Year: Quisumbing Torres

SINGAPORE Copyright: Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

SINGAPORE Patent Contentious: Dentons Rodyk & Davidson

SINGAPORE Patent Prosecution: Marks & Clerk

SINGAPORE Trade Mark Contentious: Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

SINGAPORE Trade Mark Prosecution: Drew & Napier

SOUTH KOREA Copyright: Yulchon

SOUTH KOREA Design: Lee & Ko

SOUTH KOREA Patent Contentious: Bae Kim & Lee

SOUTH KOREA Patent Prosecution: Kim & Chang

SOUTH KOREA Trade Mark Contentious: Lee & Ko

SOUTH KOREA Trade Mark Prosecution: Kim & Chang

TAIWAN Contentious: Lee and Li

TAIWAN Prosecution: Deep & Far

THAILAND Contentious: Tilleke & Gibbins

THAILAND Prosecution: Baker McKenzie

VIETNAM Firm of the Year: Tilleke & Gibbins

SPECIAL AWARDS

AUSTRALIA: Gilbert + Tobin and Shelston IP for Encompass Corporation v InfoTrack

INDIA:

Anand and Anand for Koninklijke Philips Electronics v Rajesh Bansal

Anand and Anand for Monsanto v Nuziveedu

Remfry & Sagar for Carlsberg Breweries v Som Distilleries and Breweries

SINGAPORE: Rajah & Tann for Sunseap Group v Sun Electric

THAILAND: Tilleke & Gibbins for Valentino SPA v Department of Intellectual Property and Matsuda & Co

REGIONAL AWARDS

ASIA-PACIFIC Boutique: Davies Collison Cave

ASIA-PACIFIC CSR & Innovation: Rajah & Tann

ASIA-PACIFIC IP Transactions: Khaitan & Co

ASIA-PACIFIC Patent: King & Wood Mallesons

ASIA-PACIFIC Trade Mark: Baker McKenzie

ASIA-PACIFIC Firm of the Year: Baker McKenzie

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