IP STARS 2022 edition: the top firms for trademark work
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IP STARS 2022 edition: the top firms for trademark work

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Managing IP has published the IP STARS 2022 trademark rankings online

Managing IP's latest firm rankings for trademark protection and litigation work are now available online. This is the first set of ranking results for the 2022 edition of IP STARS, a research project that started in September 2021. The rankings cover more than 50 jurisdictions across the world.

Some of the jurisdictions were featured in Managing IP's spring edition, but readers will find all the available jurisdictions on our dedicated rankings website, ipstars.com. See some of the jurisdictions below.

Congratulations to all the firms listed this year.

 

Some of the jurisdictions featured this year

Americas

Brazil

Canada

Mexico

United States (please also see the US state rankings)

 

Asia-Pacific

Australia

China

India

Japan

South Korea

Europe

France

Germany

Italy

Netherlands

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

The United Kingdom (England and Scotland)

 

Middle East and Africa

Israel

Nigeria

South Africa

United Arab Emirates

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 for IP law firms and practitioners across the world. The research for the IP STARS guide 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 our research methodology here.

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