Rothwell Figg Ranked as a Leading Law Firm for Patent Work in the 2021 Edition of MIP IP Stars Rankings

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Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) IP Stars rankings, the leading specialist guide to IP law firms and practitioners worldwide, includes Rothwell Figg in its 2021 rankings for patent work. In the District of Columbia, the firm is “Highly Recommended” for Patent Prosecution and Patent Contentious. In the U.S. nationwide rankings, the firm is ranked for Life Sciences IP and Patent Prosecution.

To arrive at the IP Stars firm rankings, MIP assesses firm aspects including expertise, workload, market reputation, track record, outcomes achieved for clients, and unique strengths in a given practice area. Judgements about which firms to include in the rankings, and which tier and practice area they should be in, take account of all this information.

The firm also has five attorneys identified in the 2021 edition of IP Stars. You can read about them here.

IP Stars covers contentious and non-contentious IP work. The research is conducted by an experienced team of research analysts in Hong Kong, London, and New York who obtain information from firm submissions, IP practitioner and client interviews, email, and online surveys. Independent research is also conducted, including an analysis of publicly available information and data already obtained from firms. The research is rigorous and impartial. No firm or individual can pay to be ranked or to influence the results and there is no fee to participate in the research. Participation in the research does not guarantee listing. To learn more, please visit

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