Davies Collison Cave continues to stand out in a high quality crowd
On 30th May 2014 Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) published it’s IAM 1000 rankings of the ‘World’s Leading Patent Practitioners’ for 2014. Davies Collison Cave is delighted to have continued to be ranked as the leading IP firm in Australia. DCC has been acknowledged as a highly recommended firm for Patent Prosecution and recommended as a top tier firm in Patent Transactions and Patent Litigation.
The guide quoted a client’s comments obtained when conducting research into the firm:
Davies Collison Cave stands out in a high quality crowd by providing no-nonsense advice in technical areas where there is no room for error. Its attorneys keep up with the latest movements from around the world, so we can have confidence in planning strategies in constantly evolving markets. Their ‘can-do’ attitude takes responsiveness to new heights.
In addition, the guide also highlighted several Davies Collison Cave partners and consultants for their outstanding expertise in the field of patents and patent litigation. See below the write up from the guide:
Richard Brown, an ICT, microelectronics and physics expert. Michael Caine is “excellent – a fine chemist and a pleasure to deal with”. “Smart and efficient” Bill Pickering leads the way on biotechnology queries, while electronics and computer software specialist David Webber’s “ability to make the complex appear simple” wins praise from across the world. Ian Pascarl “is widely acknowledged in the contentious arena”; a recent highlight was his representation of major pharmaceuticals player Bayer. The group also benefits from the invaluable know-how of consultant Rodney De Boos, who has “consistently been ranked as a leader in the licensing area”, and fellow luminary Richard Jarvis’s “excellent tactical management of matters”.
We would like to congratulate our partners acknowledged in the guide and thank all of our clients and staff for helping us achieve these global accolades for the third year running.
For more information on the guide and the research process visit for the IAM 1000 Guide are available on the IAM 1000 website.