Pearce IP is proud to announce that Founding Principal and Executive Lawyer, Patent & Trade Mark Attorney, Naomi Pearce, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards in the category of 2021 Partner of the Year (SME law). Winners will be announced in late November 2021.
This recognition follows Pearce IP being shortlisted by Lawyers Weekly for the award of ‘Intellectual Property Team of the Year’ in the 2021 Australian Law Awards, with the winning team to be announced in early December.
Pearce IP’s Executive Lawyer & Patent Attorney Katrina Crooks says:
“It has been an exciting 4 years for Pearce IP with the firm and its leaders being recognised in virtually every notable guide and directory. Naomi is recognised by her clients, competitors and industry as a patent stand out, and this recognition of Naomi and the Pearce IP team by Lawyers Weekly is very well deserved.
The list of finalists in the category of Partner of the Year (SME Law) is very impressive, and we congratulate them all.”
Pearce IP is a boutique firm offering intellectual property specialist lawyers, patent attorneys and trade mark attorneys to the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and life sciences industries.
Pearce IP and its leaders, are well recognised as leading patent practitioners. Pearce IP is a finalist for ‘Intellectual Property Team of the Year’ in the 2021 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards, and is ranked in IAM Patent 1000 for both legal and attorney patent services. Team members are listed in IAM Patent 1000 and IAM Strategy 300, have been awarded Patent Stars & Notable Practitioner listings by MIP, ranked in Doyles Guide, and listed in WIPR Leaders, 5 Star IP Lawyers, and Australasian Lawyer 5 Star Awards.
Executive Lawyer, Patent Attorney & Trade Mark Attorney
Naomi is listed in IAM Patent 1000 as one of Australia's leading patent litigators, and in IAM Strategy 300: The World's Leading IP Strategists. Underpinning Naomi’s legal work is a deep understanding of the pharma/biopharma industries, resulting from first hand experience and knowledge as VP of IP in-house at global pharma giants, and Partner of a top-tier international law firm.
Executive Lawyer and Patent Attorney
Katrina brings to her clients over 20 years of frontline intellectual property litigation experience, including a wealth of international experience.
She has been recognised in a number of highly regarded ranking publications, including being listed as a Leading Contentious IP Lawyer in Doyles Guide 2020 (NSW).