The winners of the Managing IP Awards (2018) were announced at three well-attended awards ceremonies in London, New York and Hong Kong. The London ceremony alone had more than 280 guests.
Unlike our IP STARS rankings, the Managing IP awards recognise specific achievements in the past year such as significant successful matters and innovative approaches to the law. Read about our awards research methodology here.
A new awards structure
In previous years, we held a global awards ceremony (excluding North America) in London and a North America ceremony in Washington DC. Following feedback from guests, our awards ceremonies are now hosted by region. The new structure allows for flexibility and focus. We will continue to obtain feedback on how to improve this industry-leading awards programme.
The most nominations and wins
The photos and winners list
You can view photos from all three ceremonies on our Facebook page (EMEA here, Americas here and Asia here).
Click on the headings below to see all the winners from the three ceremonies (subscription or free trial required).
EMEA Awards, held at The Savoy in London on March 8 (shortlist here), were presented by Managing IP editor Michael Loney and two IP STARS researchers, Lucy Songi and Sofia Sabben. 95 trophies, including several special awards, were presented. A live auction and collection also raised money for Managing IP's new charity partner, Haven House Children's Hospice.
Americas Awards, held at The Essex House in New York on March 15 (shortlist here), were presented by Michael Loney and our US reporter Ellie Mertens. 73 trophies were presented as well as impact case awards and a Lifetime Achievement award for Fordham University professor Hugh Hansen.
Asia Awards, held at the JW Marriott in Hong Kong on March 21 (shortlist here), were presented by Michael Loney and our Asia reporter Karry Lai. 50 trophies were presented, including special awards for corporate social responsibility and innovation.
Congratulations to all the winners, and those shortlisted, on their achievements and the contribution they have made to the development of IP practice.