|The Griffith Hack Clean & Sustainable Technologies Group is a national leader in providing intellectual property services to organisations that are developing technologies with a reduced environment impact. The group comprises a specialised team of intellectual property attorneys and lawyers who are at the forefront of protecting, managing, enforcing and commercialising clients’ innovations in these highly sophisticated fields. Our professionals are experienced in working closely with organisations to develop strategies for protecting, managing and enforcing rights in these technologies.|
All team members, in addition to their patent, trade marks and/or intellectual property law expertise, hold qualifications in fields such as chemistry, physics, biotechnology, engineering, electronics, and material science, which enables informed technical insight into key areas and results in a real benefit to our clients.
The Group works with companies ranging from start-ups to large corporations and research organisations in all areas of clean and sustainable technologies including the fields of energy abatement, carbon sequestration and alternative energy sources.
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|Latest blog post|
- New Use for Old TyresMay 22, 2013
- How Sweet It Is!May 15, 2013
- Korea Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) supports a national program for “Smart Grid” technologyMay 9, 2013
- CO2 emissions? Turn them into baking soda!May 1, 2013
- Quasicrystals and InnovationApril 23, 2013
- IMF Proposes Energy Subsidy ReformApril 16, 2013
- Breakthrough in enhanced geothermal systemsApril 10, 2013
- What do you do with the world’s excess CO2? Make acrylate!April 5, 2013
- Australian Cleantech is equal in value to a quarter of the Australian manufacturing sectorApril 3, 2013
- The future of ultra high-efficiency solar cells may reside in the tip of our pencilsMarch 26, 2013