Griffith Hack is proud to have been recognised as a Tier One firm for Trade Marks (Patent & Trade Mark Attorney Firms) in the 2023 edition of IP Stars, further enhancing Griffith Hack’s reputation for having one of Australia’s leading Trade Marks practices.
The rankings, which were released on March 31 by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), recognise the leading firms for trade mark filing, prosecution and contentious work in more than 50 jurisdictions. In building their rankings, MIP’s team of researchers assess client and peer interviews, market reputation, outcomes achieved for clients, and the unique strengths of a firm.
Nicola Scheepers, leader of Griffith Hack’s Trade Marks practice, said: “I am proud of our entire Trade Marks team for contributing to this recognition. As a practice group, we are committed to delivering incisive advice, quality outcomes and the highest level of care to all our clients both here in Australia and throughout the world.”
Griffith Hack’s Trade Marks practice works with local and global companies to protect their brands in Australia and New Zealand. We provides a broad range of services, from brand selection to ensuring the protection of new and existing trade marks. We also assist with contentious matters before the Trade Mark Office and the Federal Court of Australia.
Griffith Hack was named as a Tier One firm for Trade Marks (Prosecution) and Tier Three for Trade Marks (Contentious) in the 2022 edition of IP Stars. The categories have since been combined.