Awards podcast: DCC on transactions, litigation and IP in Asia-Pacific
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Awards podcast: DCC on transactions, litigation and IP in Asia-Pacific

L to R: Chris Jordan, David Webber, Michael Wolnizer

In the latest in MIP’s awards series, Joanna Yang chats to Australian firm Davies Collison Cave about its work in pharma and its outlook on the pandemic

Davies Collison Cave won two Managing IP Asia-Pacific awards in 2020: patent prosecution firm of the year for Australia, and boutique firm of the year for the whole region. With offices in Singapore and New Zealand as well as in Australia, the firm works with clients across Asia-Pacific.

In this latest awards podcast, Joanna Yang, editor of Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific, talked to three DCC lawyers – group managing principal Michael Wolnizer, managing principal of patents David Webber, and Chris Jordan, managing principal of DCC’s associated law firm Davies Collison Cave Law – in an engaging exploration of the firm’s operations across the Asia-Pacific region.

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