IAM Patent 1000 ranks DCC as leading patent firm for five consecutive years

IAM Patent 1000 ranks DCC as leading patent firm for five consecutive years

IAM Patent 1000 ranks DCC as leading patent firm for five consecutive years

Davies Collison Cave (DCC) has once again ranked highly in the IAM Patent 1000 2016; listed as a highly recommended firm for patent prosecution and transactions. The ranking places DCC alongside leading patent professional firms in key jurisdictions from around the world.

IAM writes “The sheer size of the team is something to behold. There is at least one PhD with two decades of patent experience in any technology field that you can think of.

DCC’s already impressive patent prosecution offering has recently been expanded through the addition of its Singapore office. DCC’s patent prosecution practice is complemented by some of the best contentious services around – an offering which has won it the enduring loyalty of A-listers such as Telstra and GlaxoSmithKline.”

DCC would like to congratulate Michael Caine, Richard Brown, Bill Pickering, and David Webber, as leading individuals in patent prosecution; Ian Pascarl and Paul Dewar as leaders in patent litigation; and luminaries, Rodney De Boos and Richard Jarvis.

IAM praises DCC’s individuals commenting “Patent chief and electrical engineer David Webber dazzles long-time clients and start-ups alike with his prescient commercial strategies and meticulous technical know-how. Richard Brown’s “remarkable” grasp of high technology is a blessing for clients with electronics and ICT innovations in need of patenting; while immunology expert Bill Pickering has long served biotechnology concerns on both sides of the contentious/non-contentious divide with poise.

Active in numerous Australian and international IP organisations, Michael Caine impresses many with his judicious advice and smooth execution of chemistry-related applications.

The immediate past chair of the IP Committee of the Law Council of Australia, Ian Pascarl leads the charge on life sciences and pharmaceutical litigation. Luminary Richard Jarvis shines in pharmaceutical, biotechnological and chemical patent litigation matters. Clients also value Luminary Rodney De Boos’ depth of expertise and incisive guidance on licensing.

IAM Patent 1000 debutant Paul Dewar is the Sydney litigation head and exudes energy and expertise in pharmaceutical and food science matters; he is at the vanguard of the next generation of patent litigators at the firm.”

About IAM 1000

IAM Patent 1000 2016 is a guide to the world’s leading patent professionals. This year marks the fifth edition of the Intellectual Asset Management’s market-leading guide that identifies and profiles leading private practice patent professionals and firms in the world’s key jurisdictions. IAM Patent 1000 2016 can be found here.