AGIP Receives MIP’s Middle East IP Firm of the Year Award for 2019

14 Mar 2019

LONDON – Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) was awarded 'Middle East IP Firm of the Year 2019' at the Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) Annual IP Awards Ceremony held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, on March 7, 2019.

The MIP Awards recognize achievements in IP work over the past year in areas such as prosecution, litigation, licensing or other works. According to survey results released last month, AGIP was ranked in Tier One for trademark, patent and copyright prosecution in all Arab countries. 

This is the 10th year that AGIP has earned regional recognition for its outstanding IP practices in the Middle East and for its continuous efforts in providing its clients with the best-quality services in the field of IP protection. 

Ms. Dima Naber, AGIP Counsel and International Business Development Executive Director, accepted the award on behalf of AGIP, saying: “We are very proud to receive this prestigious award, which we consider as a testament to the dedication and innovative approaches of AGIP to deliver above and beyond expectations.”

“Over the years, AGIP has reached greater levels of success, and our clients have trusted us with the quality of IP services. This award recognizes their confidence and loyalty in our services,” she added.

Managing Intellectual Property hosted the Annual IP Awards 2019 in front of nearly 380 IP professionals, representing 40 countries, 80 private practice firms, and including about 90 corporate/in-house practitioners.

It is worth mentioning that the MIP’s 2019 survey is the largest ever, covering 75 jurisdictions, and that its results are based on extensive research and interviews with practitioners worldwide. 







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