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Griffith Hack is one of Australia’s leading providers of intellectual property services. For over 100 years, our multi-disciplinary team of patent attorneys, trade marks attorneys and lawyers have partnered with organisations and individuals to identify, protect and realise the value of their ideas and innovations.
Griffith Hack comprises the companies GH PTM Pty Ltd and GH Law Pty Ltd, which are owned by IPH Limited, a public company that is the holding company for a number of intellectual property professional services and adjacent businesses operating under different brands across the Asia-Pacific region.
For the purposes of the Australian and New Zealand Code of Conduct for Trans-Tasman Patent and Trade Marks Attorneys 2018, GH PTM Pty Ltd is an incorporated registered patent and trade mark attorney, and a member of an ‘ownership group’ within the meaning of the Code. For further information, see Ownership Group and our Group Relationship Statement.
- IP has the power to impact your organisation's entire ecosystem, so we target every aspect.
- Our experts have experience and technical expertise across a diverse range of industry sectors.
- We protect and grow your IP in Australia, New Zealand and across key international markets.
Cyber incident update
Our parent company, IPH, is continuing to work with leading external cyber security and forensic IT advisors to respond to, and conduct a forensic investigation into, the cyber incident announced on 16 March 2023.Read more
Cyber security incident
Our parent company, IPH, recently detected unauthorised access to a portion of its IT environment. Based on preliminary analysis, it appears the incident has impacted Griffith Hack’s document management system and practice management system.Read more
Grace periods in Australia: designs vs patents
The introduction of a 12-month grace period to the Designs Act in Australia provides an important safe-guard for designers – but how does it differ to the grace period that governs patents?Read more