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IP STARS 2021: firm rankings for IP transactions work

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Find out which law firms were ranked for intellectual property transactions work in the 2021 edition of IP STARS

We have published the IP STARS 2021 firm rankings for intellectual property transactions work. The rankings cover 14 jurisdictions. Most of the law firms we recognised are often involved in high value deals, many of which are driven by IP rights.

The growth of the knowledge economy has led to an increasing awareness that IP is also a business asset to exploit and not just a legal right to enforce. We hope that our table will assist those looking for specialist commercial IP advice. Read more about the rankings and our research below.

Congratulations to all the law firms ranked this year.

 

Jurisdictions covered

We added new jurisdictions this year. Click on any jurisdiction below to see its 2021 rankings.


Americas

United States

 

Asia-Pacific

Australia

China

India

Japan

Singapore

South Korea

 

EMEA

Ireland

Israel

Russia

The Netherlands

Switzerland

United Kingdom (England)

United Kingdom (Scotland)

 

About IP STARS

Managing IP published its first legal directory in 1994 and rebranded it in 2013 as IP STARS. The publication quickly established itself as the leading specialist guide to IP law firms and practitioners worldwide. The research for IP STARS covers a variety of IP practice areas and more than 70 jurisdictions, making it the most comprehensive and widely respected guide in the IP profession.

Read about the IP transactions rankings and our methodology here.

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