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Griffith Hack recognised in Doyle’s Guide 2020

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06 April 2020

Griffith Hack is delighted to be recognised by Doyle’s Guide 2020 in both firm and individual categories.

Individual recognition 

Following on from the announcement of Kellie Stonier’s inclusion in the Doyles 2020 Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers guide for Queensland, Griffith Hack congratulates Principals Derek Baigent and Andrew Goatcher for their recognition in New South Wales’ and Victoria’s editions respectively.

Derek received a recommendation for his contentious work following another successful year leading Griffith Hack’s law team including wins in Australia’s Federal court. Andrew has been recommended for both contentious and non-contentious work; continuing to utilise his impressive understanding of Intellectual Property Law to the great benefit of his clients.

Kellie, Derek and Andrew were also listed for their Intellectual Property Law expertise in the latest edition of Best Lawyers’. Special coverage with respect to these standings can be found in The Australian Financial Review

Firm recognition 

Further to the individual accolades mentioned above, Griffith Hack is ranked by Doyle’s as a leading contentious and non-contentious Intellectual Property Law firm in both New South Wales and Queensland and a recommendation for our non-contentious work in Victoria.

Practice group director Bronwyn Pott commented, ‘‘These announcements are an exceptional result for not only Kellie, Derek and Andrew but the whole Griffith Hack law team as we continue to see them being recognised in industry rankings and awards. We truly value the work our clients entrust to us and look forward to increasing the size and scope of our offering with the integration of the Watermark team into Griffith Hack in the coming months.’’