Andrew Cale

Andrew Cale

Principal
Patents: Engineering & ICT, Designs
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Overview

Andrew has more than 20 years of experience in patents, trade marks and designs specialising in the fields of information and communications technology, signal and data processing, mechanical engineering, computer software and business methods.

Andrew’s experience is international in scope, having commenced his career with a Patent Attorney firm in the United Kingdom, where he worked for 3 years, before joining Fisher Adams Kelly Callinans (now Spruson & Ferguson) in 2000. Andrew became a Principal in 2007.

Andrew’s extensive knowledge and technological expertise make him the attorney of choice for small, medium and large businesses seeking Intellectual Property counsel, protection or prosecution assistance both in Australia and further afield. His clear and concise advice and broad knowledge of developments in a range of technology areas assists clients in aligning their intellectual property strategy with their business plan in the most commercially advantageous and cost-effective manner.


Andrew Cale's Insights
Options Proposed for Changes to the Australian Designs System
On 3 December 2014, the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property (ACIP), which is an independent body appointed by the Government to advise on IP matters, released an Options Paper...
On 3 December 2014, the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property (ACIP), which is an independent body appointed by the...
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Turning the Screw: Protecting designs without breaking the bank
For IP holders seeking to certify a registered design, the effort and resources that could be needed to overcome any objections raised by the Examiner or a third party...
For IP holders seeking to certify a registered design, the effort and resources that could be needed to overcome...
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