We are pleased to be attending the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) World Congress, which will be held in Cancun.
We are pleased to be attending the BIO International Convention, held June 4-7 in Boston, MA.
We are very pleased to announce that we recently received two category awards in the ACQ Law Awards 2016 presented by ACQ5, a premier global corporate magazine, winning in the categories of US (DC) Biotech and Pharmaceutical Patents Law Firm of the Year and US (DC) Leading Customer Service Law Firm of the Year.
Information about our firm appears on page 41 of the electronic publication.
About ACQ Law Awards 2016
Since 2008, the ACQ Law Awards have been celebrating achievement, innovation and brilliance in their annual awards. ACQ operates a legitimately independent nomination process. Importantly, our award winners are chosen by our readership.
Every year, we seek their assistance in recognising industry leaders, eminent individuals, exemplary teams and distinguished firms, which we believe represent the benchmark of achievement and best practice in a variety of fields – and every year, we turn to our readers to help as we strive to recognise an ever-widening spectrum of services, markets, industries and organisations that the sector serves.
ACQ Law Awards’ Objective: To gather quantitative and qualitative information from and about the legal sector to be able to give a set of “Best of” awards. We founded the ACQ Law Awards program to empower end users to make smarter, more confident legal decisions.
“Exceptional individuals, teams and firms across the marketplace represent the very best in their field from around the world and truly deserve the accolade of being an ACQ Law Award winner.” said Jake Robson, Editor in Chief of ACQ.
Voting closed on Monday 30th November 2015. The total number of nominations received stood at an amazing 28,641 representing a 22.4% response rate. (Our highest ever for our Law Award program). In judging these awards we have studied the nominations made by our voters and recognise that all of those nominated are leaders in their fields but the exceptional performances of some deserve recognition.