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Read the IP STARS directories digital editions


Our three annual IP STARS directories comprise hundreds of pages of rankings, commentary and profiles. Luckily, you can now read and download them in digital form

The IP STARS directories, published earlier this year, include our rankings of firms and individuals in more than 80 jurisdictions, covering patent, trade mark and copyright work, as well as the listings of individuals and market commentaries. 

Subscribers should have received the three directories, and you may also have picked them up at our booths at recent IP events. All the tables and analysis are also available online at

However, we know that many readers value the information in IP STARS but find the directories a bit cumbersome, so we have created special digital editions via Flickread, which you can browse or download for free. You can find them here:

IP STARS - Trade Mark and Copyright 2017

IP STARS - Patents 2017

IP STARS - United States 2017

We hope readers find these digital editions useful. Please let us know if you have any comments.

The research for IP STARS 2018 is already underway - read the details here.

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