Mr Huber (pictured) has spent the last six years working at Swiss company Rising Tide, where he gained experience working with US clients – notably Cancer Treatment Centers of America, to which he provided strategic IP advice.
Mr Huber will take on the role of consultant at Wrays and has been admitted to practice to the High Court of Australia, Federal Court of Australia, and the Supreme Court of Australia.
Wrays CEO Frank Hurley said Mr Huber’s work with a large US-based organisation and passion for intellectual property made him a valuable addition to the Wrays team.
“Adrian’s work in Switzerland brings added depth to our IP and commercial advisory service,” Mr Hurley said.
“His experience in developing and leading innovation strategies, as well as the people to manage an innovation pipeline, will be hugely valued by our clients. What’s more, he’s hugely passionate about intellectual property and loves helping firms bring innovation to life.”
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