Best Lawyers®, a highly respected peer review publication in the legal profession, recently announced outstanding lawyers in various fields, with a number of Adams & Adams Partners featured. Adams & Adams was also named the Top Law Firm in South Africa in the field of Intellectual Property Law.
Recognition in Best Lawyers® is widely regarded by both clients and legal professionals as a significant honour, conferred on a lawyer by his or her peers. The Best Lawyers® lists of outstanding attorneys are compiled by conducting exhaustive peer review surveys in which tens of thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers. If the votes for an attorney are positive enough for recognition in Best Lawyers, that attorney must maintain those votes in subsequent polls to remain in each edition. Lawyers are not permitted to pay any fee to participate in or be recognised by Best Lawyers®.
LAWYER OF THE YEAR 2018 | INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
- Gérard du Plessis
BEST LAWYERS® 2018 EDITION | INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
- Simon Brown
- Danie Dohmen
- Gérard du Plessis
- Mariëtte du Plessis
- Johan du Preez
- Alan Lewis
- Dario Tanziani
- Kelly Thompson
- Suzaan Laing
BEST LAWYERS® 2018 EDITION | PROJECT FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE
- Gavin Noeth
Of the announcement, Dario Tanziani said, “Recognition from one’s respected peers in a challenging profession is especially rewarding.”
Prestigious accolades such as those by Best Lawyers®, IP Stars and Chambers® are based on market leading performance analysis and are strictly quantitative – designed to recognise those firms which are consistently delivering the best results for their clients.
Managing IP also recently announced their IP Stars lists for 2017 and Adams & Adams Partner, Mariëtte du Plessis, is featured in the IP STARS Top 250 Women in IP. This list recognises female IP practitioners in private practice who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year. All the women listed here are also individual IP stars in their respective jurisdictions.