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IP STARS 2020 edition: Trademark firm rankings published

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The 2020 rankings of the leading firms for trademark work are now available online

The national trademark rankings, which we first revealed in the spring issue of the Managing IP magazine, feature the leading firms for trademark filing/prosecution and contentious work. The rankings cover more than 50 jurisdictions.

These are the first confirmed ranking results from the research for the 2020 edition of IP STARS, a process which started in September 2019. We have more rankings to announce in the coming weeks and months, and therefore we will continue with our research.

Click here to read more about the trademark rankings, including how to find a ranked firm on ipstars.com, as well as our research and the timeline for more ranking results. We will publish an official announcement on our website as soon as more rankings or other related content are available.

IP STARS is not a directory of all firms and individuals offering IP services. Participation in our research does not guarantee ranking.

Congratulations to all the firms ranked this year.



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