Asian Legal Business (ALB) has identified and ranked the top law firms for intellectual property across Asia in its 2014 IP Rankings.

This year’s results, published in the May 2014 issue of the magazine, contain many familiar faces grabbing the top spots across Asia, including the likes of Baker & McKenzie, Hogan Lovells, Mayer Brown and Bird & Bird. The rankings also illustrate the strength of numerous regional and domestic outfits that have solidified their status as top-tier firms for IP.

In addition, recent office openings, key personnel hires, new client and case wins have seen some new players emerge on to the scene, and several firms jump up the rankings.

To view the full report, visit our homepage and download the IP rankings from our Special Reports section.

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