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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 an international network of intellectual property professional services and adjacent businesses which operate under different brands in a range of jurisdictions (each a “Group Business”). The other Group Businesses within the IPH Limited group are AJ Park, Applied Marks, Pizzeys Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys, Smart & Biggar and Spruson & Ferguson.
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.
Our firm continues its top Gold ranking for trade mark prosecution and strategy and Bronze for enforcement and litigation in the WTR 1000 for 2024.Read more
Amanda Stark and Dr Tim Fyfe discuss that innovation patents are still a useful tool for Australian patentees and can provide patent protection for subject matter that does not meet the threshold of patentability required for a standard patent.Read more
In this article, Simon Gapes discusses a recent IP Australia Hearing Office decision confirming the similarity of alcoholic beverages and non-alcoholic beverages for trade mark comparison purposes.Read more