Spruson & Ferguson Principals Katrina Crooks and Khajaque Kortian have been recognised in the Doyle’s Guide Leading Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyers – NSW, 2023.
Spruson & Ferguson has been recognised as a Leading Contentious Intellectual Property Law Firm (Third Tier), and as a Leading Non-Contentious Intellectual Property Law Firm (Recommended).
The listing details solicitors practicing in contentious IP matters who were identified by clients and peers for their knowledge in their specialty area.
Katrina Crooks is counted amongst Australia’s top IP litigation lawyers, with 25 years’ experience in the IP industry. Over her career she has dealt with trade mark, copyright, confidential information and design matters, with patent litigation as a core strength. She has a particular interest in the life sciences sector, acting for numerous global leaders in pharmaceuticals, animal health, agri/food tech, nutraceuticals, medical devices and biotechnology. She has been recognised in Doyle’s Guide since 2020.
Khajaque Kortian has over 28 years of experience in intellectual property law, and represents a wide range of local and international clients. He is known to “provide insightful advice that fulfils clients’ objectives”, and has been recognised by many notable IP and legal publications, including Managing IP, Who’s Who Legal, World Trademark Review and Chambers & Partners.
Doyle’s Guide is a comprehensive resource for consumers of Australian legal services, providing independent recognition to the leading firms and individuals in each state across Australia.