We are pleased to announce that six of our lawyers have been named as IP Leaders in World Intellectual Property Review's WIPR Leaders handbook.
The handbook lists 1,415 leading lawyers for patents and trade marks in over 60 jurisdictions, and we are delighted that:
Linda Chang has been listed in China for trade marks
Elliot Papageorgiou in China for patents
Rachel Tan in China for trade marks
Debbie Manurung in Indonesia for patents
Gunawan Suryomurcito in Indonesia for trade marks
Fabrice Mattei in Thailand for patents
To create the guide, the WIPR research team collated peer nominations from 12,000 IP professionals. They then evaluated all the nominated lawyers, taking into account the nominees’ practice history, industry expertise, notable cases, as well as any additional activities, such as writing and teaching responsibilities.
Those who are listed as WIPR Leaders are people who "influence IP matters, policy, practice and law; who are well regarded by their peers; who are experienced; who contribute to discussions on IP; who are dedicated to professionalism and getting the right result for their clients; who add value."