We pride ourselves on the high quality service standards delivered by our teams on the ground and with direct filing capabilities in Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and China as well as from our network of trusted agents. Our clients benefit from our cost effective and timely communication and advice, the ongoing professional development of our staff and our advanced record keeping, docketing and reporting systems. We are committed to providing solutions tailored to the individual needs of our clients whilst delivering value and excellence in every aspect of our service.

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

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)
Latest News & Insights
Case Note: Davies V Lazer Safe Pty Ltd [2019] FCAFC 65
This case highlights the importance of construing claims using plain English meaning and not adding a “gloss” to the language of a claim. Background The primary judge held in Davies V…
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Malaysia Update: Bill of the Trademarks Act 2019
Malaysia is in the midst of acceding to the Madrid Protocol which now allows a trade mark owner to file an international trade mark application through the…
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