Welcome to the 2021 edition of IP STARS and Managing IP Awards programme.
Please read the information on this page carefully to understand what we have published and what to expect from us in the coming weeks and months.
Managing IP has today revealed the Top 250 Women in IP list for 2021. Today's news follows the announcement of the 2021 firm rankings for patent work and the Asia-Pacific Awards.
We are no longer accepting submissions for the 2021 edition of IP STARS and MIP Awards. However, we are still conducting independent research because we have more rankings to publish in the coming months.
Below is a snapshot of our results publication timeline, which is subject to change. Once the results are ready, we will publish an announcement on this website and inform firms and practitioners via email.
March 30: EMEA Awards event
April 7: Americas Awards event
June 17: Asia-Pacific Awards event
Read about the shortlists and winners here.
March: Trade mark practice rankings for firms here
April: Intellectual property practice rankings for firms (only for certain jurisdictions) here
May: IP Stars list 2021 here
June: Patent practice rankings for firms (including US states such as California) here
June: Managing IP’s Top 250 Women in IP 2021 here
July: IP transactions practice rankings for firms
August: Firm reviews updated/published and copyright practice rankings for firms (including US states such as California)
September: Managing IP's Rising Stars list and Corporate IP Stars list 2021
We will start the research for the 2022 edition of the IP STARS rankings and Managing IP Awards in September 2021. We will open our firm submissions portal on September 1 2021. The submission deadline is October 31.
We will update this article when we have updates concerning our research and results publication. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter (here) or keep an eye on our news page and social media channels (Twitter and LinkedIn) for updates.
Our marketing/business development team will contact all the firms and practitioners recognised this year. If you have any feedback or questions about our research, please contact us here.