Branding & trade marks

Our exceptional Branding and Trade Marks team, led by Stuart Green, has earned an enviable reputation as a trusted brand advisor to a growing and exciting stable of clients.

Working with leading Australian and international brand owners to formulate and implement effective protection and enforcement strategies is not only what we do, but what we love to do.

Clients seek out our expertise on trade mark matters because we ‘think outside of the box’ and work with our clients to ensure they gain real value and a commercial advantage from their investment in brand protection.

Our team thrives on acting as a strategic brand partner, helping clients to instil sound brand leadership within their businesses and take decisive steps to protect, enforce and defend their valuable brands.

From brand conception through clearance, filing and prosecution to portfolio management, enforcement and opposition proceedings through to non-use removal and cancellations actions, our experienced and responsive team takes pride in creating and implementing strategies that ensure brand protection aligns with a client’s commercial objectives.

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Stuart Green was the recipient of the Australian 2016 Client Choice Award for Intellectual Property: Trademarks.

 
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