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Managing IP Global Awards 2016: the winners

Awards

Managing IP's 2016 Global Awards dinner was held at The Savoy, London, on March 10


Awards 2016 drinks pic

The winners of the awards presented on the night are listed below. See more updates and photos on Twitter (#mipawards).

Further information about all the winners, and photos from the dinner, will be published online next month and in the May issue of Managing IP.

You can also read the shortlists for all the categories.

Awards for the United States and Canada will be presented at the North America Awards in Washington DC next week; read the shortlists online.


National awards


Argentina

Marval O’Farrell & Mairal

Australia Prosecution

Davies Collison Cave

Australia Contentious Work

Herbert Smith Freehills

Austria

Schwarz Schönherr Rechtsanwälte

Belgium Contentious Work

Hoyng Rokh Monegier

Benelux Trade Mark Prosecution

NLO Shieldmark

Brazil

Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira

Chile

Sargent & Krahn

China Prosecution

Liu Shen & Associates

China Contentious Work

King & Wood Mallesons

China IP Transactional Work

Ropes & Gray

China Foreign Law Firm

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

Colombia

Brigard & Castro

Denmark

Plesner

Finland

Roschier

France Prosecution

Regimbeau

France Contentious Work

August & Debouzy

Germany Prosecution

Hoffmann Eitle

Germany Contentious Work

Hogan Lovells

Hong Kong

Deacons

Hungary

Danubia

India Prosecution

Remfry & Sagar

India Contentious Work

Anand & Anand

Indonesia

SKC Law

Ireland

A&L Goodbody

Italy Prosecution

Società Italiana Brevetti

Italy Contentious Work

Trevisan & Cuonzo

Japan Prosecution

Nakamura & Partners

Japan Contentious Work

TMI Associates

Japan Foreign Firm

Hogan Lovells

Malaysia

Skrine

Mexico Copyright 

Olivares

Mexico Patent

Basham Ringe & Correa

Mexico Trade Mark

Olivares

New Zealand

AJ Park

Norway

Bryn Aarflot

Peru

Barreda Moller

Poland

Polservice

Romania

Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen

Russia

Gowling WLG

Scotland

Brodies

Singapore Prosecution

Marks & Clerk

Singapore Contentious Work

Drew & Napier   

South Africa

Spoor & Fisher

South Korea Prosecution

Kim & Chang

South Korea Contentious Work

Kim & Chang

Spain Prosecution

Elzaburu

Spain Contentious Work

Clifford Chance

Sweden

Groth & Co

Switzerland

Homburger

Taiwan

Lee and Li

Thailand

Baker & McKenzie

The Netherlands Patent Prosecution

V.O.

The Netherlands Contentious Work

Brinkhof

The Philippines

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

Turkey

Gün + Partners

UK – IP

Set 8 New Square

UK Patent Prosecution

Abel & Imray

UK Trade Mark Prosecution

Stobbs IP

UK Patent Contentious Work

Powell Gilbert

UK Trade Mark Contentious Work

Bird & Bird

UK Copyright

Olswang

United Arab Emirates

Clyde & Co

Vietnam

Tilleke & Gibbins



Regional awards

Africa

Adams & Adams

Asia-Pacific 

King & Wood Mallesons

Latin America Firm to Watch

Kasznar Leonardos

Middle East

Saba Intellectual Property

Scandinavia

Zacco

Europe Patent

Hoyng Rokh Monegier

Europe Trade Mark 

Taylor Wessing

Europe Copyright 

Baker & McKenzie

Global Firm of the Year

Finnegan



Special awards

Outstanding Achievement

Professor Joachim Bornkamm

Outstanding Achievement

Margot Frohlinger

In-House Team

Imperial Innovations




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