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IP STARS 2022: The full patent rankings

Patent rankings 2022

We have published all the 2022 rankings of the leading firms for patent litigation and protection work

We are delighted to announce that the remaining firm rankings for patent litigation and protection work were published today on This follows the release of some of the jurisdictions in Managing IP's digital magazine earlier this month here.

This is the third set of firm ranking results from the research for the 2022 edition of IP STARS, which started in September 2021. Read about all the rankings we have published so far here.

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

Congratulations to all the firms listed this year.

What to expect in the coming months

More 2022 rankings, including the firm rankings for IP transactions and copyright work, and firm editorials will be published on You can also get updates on our research and publication by following our pages on LinkedIn (e.g. here) and Twitter (e.g. here).

The research for the 2023 edition of IP STARS rankings and Managing IP Awards will start in September 2022. Please contact us if you have feedback or questions or email our research team here.

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