Patents, Trade Marks & IP Law | Griffith Hack | Australia
Intellectual property defines a client’s most precious and valuable assets – their ideas, brands and technology. Traditional business approaches look at protecting what you’ve got. Our approach is to ask how your IP can open up new opportunities.
|At Griffith Hack, we use our deep technical expertise in IP to give you a fresh perspective on your markets, your business, your innovation and your brands. Beyond protecting IP, we’re also helping you make the most of it through smarter strategy, performance tracking and management. We do this by bringing together our technical, legal, analytical and financial expertise.|
Successfully developing, monetising and enforcing your IP requires technical knowledge and commercial acumen. Griffith Hack’s patent and trade mark attorneys, IP lawyers, R&D taxation specialists and IP valuers work together to help you maximise competitive advantage through your IP.
Tim Heberden, Griffith Hack’s IP Valuation Director, has authored the 'Determination of Royalty Rates' chapter for Wolter Kluwer’s International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law publication.
Overview of the Guidance Note on the Valuation of Intellectual Property issued by the Royal Institution of Chartered SurveyorsMay 27, 2015
We live in an age of intangible assets: only 16% of the enterprise value of the NASDAQ 100 is represented by net tangible assets. A significant portion of the balance is generated by technology, brands and artistic content. The ability to protect the competitive advantage created by these assets is dependent on the strength of the supporting intellectual property (IP).
|Griffith Hack has experience in a wide variety of industries in Australia and around the globe.|