Nicholas Weston category winner in Corporate INTL Magazine’s International Legal Awards for Practice Excellence 2013.
The Corporate INTL 2013 Legal Awards, which grants accolades on a regional and practice exclusivity basis, has listed Nicholas Weston for the second time since the firm was founded in 2005.
The firm won the “Mid-Market – Patent Valuation Law Firm of the Year in Australia” category. It is particularly gratifying to be acknowledged to for something that is not one of the things we are known for.
About Corp Intl Magazine Legal Awards
The Corp Intl Magazine Legal Awards are for law firms and lawyers only. The awards process is extensive and involves a large external nomination process, over 1 million invitations to nominate are sent out to business leaders, investors and professional advisers around the world.
Following this, the Corporate Intl in-house team of researchers review the nominations and assess other mediums, such as ranking websites, lawyer/firm websites, recent cases, other publications and news outlets. A shortlist is compiled and those firms are asked to submit additional supporting information. Finally a panel of judges review the information collated and agree on a winner for the category in question.
About Nicholas Weston
Founded in 2005, Nicholas Weston is an unstuffy Australian law firm delivering enabling corporate and commercial IP legal services to clients worldwide in core sectors of life sciences, technology and large private companies/small-cap corporates.
Firm principal, Nick Weston has practical operational experience as the chairman and chief executive of an ASX listed biotech as well as deep legal expertise in high-stakes, complex, intricate and demanding legal and commercial issues.
The firm is consistently ranked as one of Australia’s leading commercial intellectual property law firms by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine. Intellectual Property Lawyer of the Year – Australia – ACQ Law Awards 2012. The enabling lawyers to companies that rely on technology.
- 27 Aug, 2013
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