Griffith Hack finalist in 2017 Australasian Law Awards
21 March 2017
Griffith Hack, one of Australia’s leading intellectual property law firms, is pleased to announce it is a finalist in the 2017 Australasian Law Awards.
Griffith Hack is a finalist in the IP Specialist Firm of the Year award category.
“Achieving the best outcomes for our clients is at the centre of everything we do at Griffith Hack and to be a finalist in our category is recognition and reward for our commitment,” Law Group head Derek Baigent says.
The firm takes a holistic view of IP and how it can be applied to support and boost a client’s business objectives. It also develops proactive enforcement strategies that protects IP from potential infringement.
Griffith Hack recognises the importance of Australia’s innovation sector and supports the start-up community through partnerships with Sydney Angels, Spacecubed and FLUX.
The firm is also an innovator, creating the Amplia online trade mark management platform and a new inhouse digital software that improves workflow by aligning a number of management systems.
The Australasian Law Awards will be announced on May 18.