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Managing IP Global Awards 2014: the winners

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Awards were presented to the leading national, regional and global firms at a ceremony at the Dorchester, London on March 19

Award DLA Piper National awards

Argentina Marval O'Farrell & Mairal

Australia prosecution Davies Collison Cave

Australia contentious Allens

Austria Gassauer-Fleissner Rechtsanwälte

Belgium contentious Altius

Benelux trade mark prosecution NLO Shieldmark

Brazil Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira

Chile Carey

China prosecution Chang Tsi & Partners

Ruud Peters

China contentious Lifang & Partners

China IP transactional work Baker & McKenzie

China foreign firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe

China rising star Unitalen Attorneys at Law

Colombia Brigard & Castro

Denmark COPA Copenhagen Patents

Finland Roschier

France prosecution Cabinet Beau de Loménie

France contentious Hoyng Monegier

Germany prosecution Grünecker

Simon Thorley

Germany contentious Reimann Osterrieth Köhler Haft

Hong Kong Baker & McKenzie

India prosecution Anand and Anand

India contentious Saikrishna & Associates

Indonesia Rouse

Ireland A&L Goodbody

Italy prosecution Jacobacci & Partners

Italy contentious Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati

Japan prosecution Nakamura & Partners

Japan contentious Abe Ikubo & Katayama

Awards Dinner 2014

Japan IP team Abe Ikubo & Katayama

Japan foreign firm Morrison & Foerster

Malaysia Skrine

Mexico - patent Olivares & Cia

Mexico - trade mark Olivares & Cia

Mexico - copyright Olivares & Cia

Middle East Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property

Netherlands patent prosecution V.O.

Netherlands contentious Hoyng Monegier

New Zealand Simpson Grierson

Awards-Wragge

Norway Zacco

Peru Barreda Moller

The Philippines SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

Poland Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak

Romania Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen

Russia Dentons

Scotland Brodies

Singapore prosecution Marks & Clerk

Singapore contentious Drew & Napier

South Africa Adams & Adams

Awards

South Korea prosecution FirstLaw P.C.

South Korea contentious

Kim & Chang

Pan-Asia Baker & McKenzie

Spain prosecution

ZBM Patents & Trademarks

Spain contentious

Clifford Chance

Sweden Vinge

Switzerland Lenz & Staehelin

Taiwan Tsai Lee & Chen

Thailand Domnern Somgiat & Boonma

Turkey Mehmet Gün & Partners

Awards Hogan Lovells

UK patent prosecution

Boult Wade Tennant

UK patent contentious

Wragge & Co

UK trade mark prosecution RGC Jenkins

UK trade mark contentious Pinsent Masons

Vietnam Tilleke & Gibbins


Regional awards

Europe - patent Hoyng Monegier

Europe - high-tech Bird & Bird

Europe - life sciences Simmons & Simmons

Europe - trade mark/design Bird & Bird

Awards Olivares

Europe - copyright Olswang

Europe - domain names/internet

Hogan Lovells

EPO Lavoix

OHIM Gevers

Pan-Asia Baker & McKenzie

Latin America - firm to watch Allende & Garcia Abogados

Global award

Global firm of the year

DLA Piper

Special awards

Outstanding achievement

Awards Japan

Ruud Peters, Philips IP & Standards

Outstanding achievement

Tian Lipu, SIPO

Outstanding achievement Simon Thorley QC

In-house team of the year Novartis

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