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The Corporate IP Stars 2019

Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS has published its 2019 Corporate IP Stars, an annual list which recognises in-house IP practitioners

Managing IP’s Corporate IP Stars list is an annual publication which recognises in-house practitioners for their contributions to the protection and management of their company's IP assets. This year’s list is based on the information obtained during the research for the 2019 edition of IP STARS (September 2018 to January 2019). During the selection process, we also factored in activities in the IP community and corporate social responsibility initiatives. IP STARS firm rankings and individual listings are subject to change each year. The Corporate IP Stars list for 2018 can be found here.

We know there are other individuals who deserve to be recognised so please do get in touch with your feedback or suggestions and we will consider them next year. Please send your feedback or questions to research@managingip.com

Congratulations to all who made this year’s list. See the list here.

About IP STARS

Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS is the leading specialist guide to IP law firms and practitioners worldwide. Managing IP has been researching and ranking firms since 1996. Our guide has expanded over the years, with more jurisdictions and practice areas now covered. IP STARS is not a directory of all firms offering IP services and therefore there are many firms and individuals, including those that participated in the research, that are not ranked.

IP STARS publications are available in print (IP STARS Handbook) and online at ipstars.com. The handbooks are widely distributed and copies can be found at industry events such as the INTA Annual Meeting. This year's Top 250 Women in IP, Corporate IP Stars and the general IP Stars can also be found in the handbooks. The Rising Stars list for 2019 will be published later this year; in the meantime, readers can find the 2018 list here

Click here to learn more about IP STARS.

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