A shining star among the 2016 IP Stars – DCC makes its mark

A shining star among the 2016 IP Stars – DCC makes its mark

A shining star among the 2016 IP Stars – DCC makes its mark

The 2016 Managing Intellectual Property IP Stars have been announced, with Davies Collison Cave (DCC) ranking Tier One in the Trade Mark Prosecution, Patent Prosecution, and Patent Contentious categories, and 14 DCC partners and consultants awarded as Patent Stars and Trade Mark Stars.

DCC would like to congratulate those in the following categories:

Patent MIP IP Stars

  • Victor Argaet
  • Michael Caine
  • Ross Clark
  • John Hannebery
  • John Hughes
  • Richard Jarvis
  • Ian Pascarl
  • Bill Pickering
  • Mark Roberts
  • David Webber
  • Richard Brown

Trade Mark MIP IP Stars

  • Michael Wolnizer
  • Marion Heathcote
  • Brett Lewis
  • Ian Pascarl
  • Adam Sears
  • John Hannebery
  • Trevor Stevens

In addition, MIP has acknowledged the Top 250 Women in IP – a ranking dedicated to recognising the accomplishments of female IP practitioners in their respective jurisdictions across the globe. DCC would like to congratulate our trade mark partner, Marion Heathcote, in joining this honourable ranking.


The MIP IP Stars is a specialist guide to the leading IP firms and practitioners worldwide. It is published annually in two editions (USA and Global) online and in print by Managing Intellectual Property.

The IP Stars lists are created from feedback and other independent information obtained by MIP’s team of researchers. The research is impartial and rigorous. No practitioner can pay to be included or solicit recommendations from colleagues. Moreover, self-nominations are not considered, and Managing IP does not recommend or endorse any particular firm or individual.

Once again, congratulations to all our MIP IP Stars of 2016!