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Wikborg Rein's patent practice gold rated by IAM

Wikborg Rein receives a gold rating by the renowned magazine IAM - Intellectual Asset Management - in it's annual recommendations and ratings of the world's leading patent practioners.

Wikborg Rein is one of four Norwegian law firms who receives the gold award:

"Wikborg Rein is noted for its extensive litigation experience, which incorporates disputes in the pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, farming and electronics sectors. Its role in complex and trailblazing cases – frequently on behalf of generics manufacturers – sets it apart from its competitors. The “vibrant and formidable” team includes Gunnar Meyer, a “brilliant litigator able to turn his hand to anything”. His practice also encompasses licensing matters. Up-and-comer Ingvild Hanssen-Bauer makes an excellent impression for her “strong and client-focused” approach".

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