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Drew & Napier’s patents practice top tier in Singapore

February 2012

20 February 2012 - Drew & Napier LLC (“Drew”) is recognised once again by Managing Intellectual Property for its leading Intellectual Property (IP) practice. Drew ranked Tier One for both patents contentious and patents prosecution work in the annual Patent survey conducted by the noted IP publication.

The results were determined through interviews with clients and peers across more than 80 jurisdictions.

The Patents survey is part of a three-part series of surveys by Managing Intellectual Property.  The second and third parts of the survey cover trademark and copyright work and the results will be published in the March and April issues of the magazine. Drew’s trademark work has been consistently ranked top tier by the magazine for over a decade while its copyright work retained top spot for the past four years.  

Drew’s IP practice group is managed by directors Dedar Singh Gill and  Cecelia Girvin. 

For more information please contact:

Madhu Rai
Manager, Marketing & Communications
Tel: +65 6531 2482
Email: madhu.rai@drewnapier.com

Jason Tan
Senior Executive, Marketing & Communications (Corporate & Finance)
Tel: +65 6531 2425
Email: jason.tan@drewnapier.com 


About Drew & Napier LLC

Established in 1889, Drew & Napier LLC is one of Singapore's leading and largest law firms, with over 250 lawyers and fee-earners. Consistently rated top tier in dispute resolution over the years by international ranking organisations such as Asia Pacific Legal 500, Chambers Global, Practical Law Company, Best Lawyers and Asia Law, the firm has 7 Senior Counsel. The firm is headed by chief executive officer, Davinder Singh, Senior Counsel. Drew & Napier LLC is also rated top tier in Corporate Insolvency & Restructuring, Intellectual Property (Patents and Trademarks), Competition & Antitrust, Telecommunications, Media & Technology and Tax, with market leading practices in Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Finance, and Admiralty & Shipping. For more information, please visit www.drewnapier.com

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