Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards 2023: new date and location
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Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards 2023: new date and location

Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards 2023

The winners of the Managing IP Asia-Pacific Awards 2023 will now be announced at a ceremony in Hong Kong SAR on July 5

The Managing IP Awards programme recognises remarkable IP achievements and developments in the last year. Now in its 18th year, the awards cover several intellectual property practice areas and more than 50 jurisdictions.

New date and location

Due to logistical issues in Singapore, we have decided to move the Asia-Pacific Awards ceremony to Hong Kong SAR. The ceremony will be hosted at the JW Marriott Hong Kong on July 5.

Our business development manager, Matthew Siu, will contact the shortlisted companies, firms and individuals about the ceremony. Please contact Matt if you require the official awards logo or if you or your company would like to attend the event. See the awards attendance booking page here.

If you are attending the INTA Annual Meeting in Singapore and have questions about the awards, please see our team at booth G25 in the exhibition hall.

The most nominated firms

Baker McKenzie earned the highest number of nominations with 17 endorsements. Next is Bird & Bird, which is featured in 10 categories. King & Wood Mallesons registered nine nominations, while DLA Piper, Rouse, and Drew & Napier polled convincingly with eight each.

Baker McKenzie, Bird & Bird, and King & Wood Mallesons are also shortlisted for the Asia-Pacific Law Firm of the Year award. With more than five nominations each, Amica Law, Spruson & Ferguson, Wanhuida Intellectual Property, and Davies Collison Cave are contenders for this year’s Asia-Pacific IP Boutique of the Year award.

View the Asia-Pacific shortlists here.

If you have any feedback about the shortlists or believe your firm's cases should be recognised as Impact Cases, please contact Kingsley Egbuonu.

Congratulations to all the shortlisted firms, companies, and individuals.

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