The IAM Strategy 300 identifies the individuals who are leading the way in the development and implementation of strategies to maximise the value of IP portfolios. To be considered for inclusion, candidates must be nominated by at least three people outside of their own organisation. This is followed up by a comprehensive research process involving interviews with senior members of the global IP and business community.
Georgina Higinbotham, Practice Group Leader of Griffith Hack’s Engineering and ICT team, said:
“Inclusion in IAM’s Strategy 300 is outstanding recognition of Edith’s strategic and commercial approach to IP portfolio management. It also highlights Edith’s commitment to building strong and trusting relationships with her clients and with IP industry colleagues. On behalf of everyone at Griffith Hack, we congratulate Edith on this well-deserved honour.”
Edith is a patent and trade marks attorney based in Melbourne, with over 15 years’ experience as an IP practitioner.
Edith’s technical expertise embraces mechanical engineering, materials science and chemistry, and her experience extends into in the areas of fast moving consumer goods, including food packaging; food technology; advanced materials production and processing; fibre and textile technology; process engineering; oil and gas; clean technology; and mining technology, including explosives and blasting technology.