Managing IP Asia Awards 2020: winners revealed
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Managing IP Asia Awards 2020: winners revealed

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Find out who won in a host of categories in Australia, China, India and across the Asia-Pacific region

The Managing IP Awards programme recognises remarkable achievements and developments in the past year. The normal format is to publish the shortlist online and then announce the winners at a special ceremony.

Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic meant we were unable to host our Asia-Pacific Awards in person this month, but we still want to reveal all the winners – whose achievements should be recognised even if only virtually.

The reasons for the awards will be published in the autumn edition of our magazine. Our Asia business development manager, Matthew Siu, will also contact the winners to discuss the best ways to showcase their achievements.

Please remember to read this year’s shortlist and our methodology, and contact me if you have any questions.

This concludes the 15th annual Managing IP Awards programme (view the winners from our Americas Awards and EMEA Awards). We will commence the research for the Managing IP Awards 2021 in September 2020.

Congratulations to all the winners this year.


JURISDICTIONAL CATEGORIES

AUSTRALIA

Patent Contentious

Herbert Smith Freehills


Patent Prosecution

Davies Collison Cave


Trade Mark Contentious

King & Wood Mallesons


Trade Mark Prosecution

FB Rice


Copyright

Gilbert + Tobin


IP Transactions & Advisory

Ashurst



CHINA

Patent Contentious

Fangda Partners


Patent Prosecution

China Patent Agent (HK)


Trade Mark Contentious

King & Wood Mallesons


Trade Mark Prosecution

LexField Law Offices


Copyright

Lifang & Partners


Foreign Firm of the Year

Baker McKenzie



HONG KONG SAR

Firm of the Year

ELLALAN



INDIA

Patent Contentious

Anand & Anand


Patent Prosecution

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan


Trade Mark Contentious

Remfry & Sagar


Trade Mark Prosecution

K & S Partners


Copyright

Saikrishna & Associates


IP Transactions & Advisory

Khaitan & Co



INDONESIA

Contentious

Rouse (in association with Suryomurcito & Co)


Prosecution

Januar Jahja & Partners



JAPAN

Patent Contentious

Anderson Mori & Tomotsune


Patent Prosecution

Yuasa and Hara


Trade Mark

TMI Associates


Foreign Firm of the Year

Hogan Lovells



MALAYSIA

Patent Contentious

Shearn Delamore & Co


Prosecution

Skrine


Trade Mark Contentious

Shearn Delamore & Co



NEW ZEALAND

Contentious

Simpson Grierson


Prosecution

James & Wells



PHILIPPINES

Firm of the Year

Quisumbing Torres



SINGAPORE

Patent Contentious

Drew & Napier


Patent Prosecution

Bird & Bird ATMD


Trade Mark Contentious

Amica Law


Trade Mark Prosecution

Drew & Napier


Copyright & Design

Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow


IP Transactions & Advisory

WongPartnership



SOUTH KOREA

Patent Contentious

Lee & Ko


Patent Prosecution

Kim & Chang


Trade Mark Contentious

Cho & Partners


Trade Mark Prosecution

Kim & Chang


Copyright

Lee & Ko



TAIWAN

Firm of the Year

Lee and Li



THAILAND

Contentious

Tilleke & Gibbins


Prosecution

Baker McKenzie



VIETNAM

Firm of the Year

Tilleke & Gibbins



REGIONAL CATEGORIES

Boutique Firm of the Year

Davies Collison Cave


Patent

Tilleke & Gibbins


Trade Mark

Tilleke & Gibbins


IP Transactions & Advisory

Allens


Law Firm of the Year

Baker McKenzie


In-House IP Team of the Year

Toyota Motor Corporation

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