News Vinge wins IP Firm of the Year Award

March 19, 2014

At an awards ceremony in London yesterday, Vinge was awarded the industry’s top prize and declared “Firm of the Year – Sweden” – by the analysis company and media house, Managing Intellectual Property.

"We are happy and proud to accept the industry’s finest prize, here in London, in the company of many of the world’s other leading intellectual property law firms. We have built up and expanded a very strong intellectual property team in a very short space of time, and thereby established Vinge as one of the absolute foremost firms in this field,” says Håkan Borgenhäll, who heads Vinge’s IP group in Stockholm.

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