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The Top 250 Women in IP (2019)

Managing IP reveals this year's most recommended female IP practitioners in private practice

Welcome to the 2019 edition of Managing Intellectual Property’s Top 250 Women in IP. This special list, which we launched in 2013, recognises the leading female IP practitioners in private practice who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year. During the selection process, we also factored in activities in the IP community and corporate social responsibility initiatives. The Top 250 Women in IP list we published last year can be found here.

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

Congratulations to all the practitioners featured this year. You can view the full list on ipstars.com 

Methodology

The individuals recognised this year were selected from our general IP Stars list for 2019, which can be found on ipstars.com. The list is based on the information obtained during the research for the 2019 edition of IP STARS (September 2018 to January 2019). 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 (for in-house counsel) 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.  Learn more about our research methodology here.

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Charles Feng, partner at East & Concord in Beijing, explains why filing for a trademark early is still a brand’s best bet
Counsel at IBM, Novartis, BMS and four other companies delve into whether the new Section 101 bill addresses their concerns
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An England and Wales High Court judgment over a disclosure error shows why law firms must never play a distant role when advising clients
Italy is in pole position to replace London as a central division host but must weather a political storm first
The senator’s proposed Section 101 legislation would cut down on exceptions to patent eligibility in the US
Ken Korea, founder of Colev Law and former head of US IP at Samsung, sets out the problems with anti-suit injunctions and the problem of getting rid of them
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