Four partners of Freehills Patent Attorneys have been declared Managing Intellectual Property IP Stars for 2016

Date: 2016-05-25
Author: James Cherry

Four partners of Freehills Patent Attorneys have been declared Managing Intellectual Property IP Stars for 2016 by the comprehensive and authoritative guide to leading IP firms and lawyers globally.

James Cherry is delighted to announce that for consecutive years, he and three other partners, John Dower, Tom Gumley and Damian Slizys have been named IP Stars.  

James, Tom and Damian are part of the biotech and pharma team, and their expertise and understanding of this sector from scientific, industry and legal perspectives is critical to the quality results delivered to clients. John’s expertise lies in engineering related patents, and he and other patent attorneys are fully aware of the need to act swiftly in this fast-moving field, particularly in computer, electronics and nanotechnology areas.  

The announcement reconfirms Freehills Patent Attorneys’ outstanding position as a leading law firm with deep expertise in servicing global brand clients in the Asia Pacific region. 

“Freehills Patent Attorneys provide expert professional and strategic advice from the inception of an idea to the commercialisation and protection of it around the globe. Each of the partners leads a team of dedicated professionals who work together and with clients to develop practical, adaptable and individualised patent strategies to gain maximum rewards for their inventions” said James Cherry, Managing Partner.

Established in 1990, the IP Stars are named annually after researchers based in London, New York and Hong Kong go to work collecting market information and feedback from thousands of practitioners and clients.  James Cherry said “It is very rewarding to see that our colleagues in the profession recognise and have acknowledged the quality of services we offer.”