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  • Global awards dinner 2008

    May 01, 2008

    Managing IP's third annual Awards Dinner was held at Claridge's in London last month, with more than 250 guests coming from as far away as Brazil, Korea, Australia, South Africa and Turkey

  • North America awards dinner 2008

    May 01, 2008

    Managing IP held its first North America awards ceremony last month, with 150 people attending a black tie dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown Washington DC

  • Global awards 2008: shortlisted firms

    March 03, 2008

    Managing IP will host its third annual global awards dinner and ceremony at Claridges, London on April 9 2008

  • North America Awards 2008: shortlisted firms

    February 02, 2008

    Managing IP will hold its first North America awards ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, D.C. on April 3 2008


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