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About Spruson & Ferguson

Spruson & Ferguson is a leading intellectual property firm providing a range of IP services throughout the Asia-Pacific region from our Bangkok, Beijing, Brisbane, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Singapore and Sydney offices. With a combined team of over 400 people, including patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys and IP lawyers, Spruson & Ferguson is one of the only IP firms with true regional capability, knowledge and experience.

400+
Employees
130+
Years
120
IP Professionals
10
Offices
25+
Countries Serviced

Recognised as a leading intellectual property firm

2019
Trade Mark Firm of the Year
IAM & WTR Global IP Awards (Australia)
2019
Highly Recommended Firm
World Trademark Review (Australia)
2018
International Patent Firm of the Year
Asia IP (Australia)
2018
Top tier firm for patent prosecution work
Managing Intellectual Property (Australia & Singapore)
2018
Top tier firm for trade mark prosecution work
Managing Intellectual Property (Australia)
2018
Highly Recommended Firm
World Trademark Review (Australia)
2018
Highly Recommended Firm
IAM Patent 1000 (Australia & Singapore)
2017
Australian Prosecution Firm of the Year
Managing Intellectual Property (Australia)
2017
IP Stars Tier 1
Managing Intellectual Property (Australia)
2017
Highly Recommended Firm
World Trademark Review (Australia)
2016
Highly Recommended Firm
IAM Patent 1000 (Australia & Singapore)
2016
Top tier Australian firm for trade mark prosecution work
Managing Intellectual Property IP Survey (Australia)
2016
Top tier firm for patent prosecution work
Managing Intellectual Property IP Survey (Australia & Singapore)
2016
Highly Recommended for trade mark prosecution and strategy
World Trademark Review 1000 (Australia)
2016
Highly Recommended Firm for Patent Prosecution
IAM Patent 1000 (Australia & Singapore)
2016
Patent Practice of the Year
Asia IP (Australia)
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Malaysia Update: Bill of the Trademarks Act 2019
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