Hynes Lawyers has broadened its practice with the recent addition of a specialist intellectual property and innovation team.
The team will be lead by partner Kerrin Anderson, who brings to Hynes more than 14 years' experience as a commercial and intellectual property lawyer. She has previously held positions in private practice as well as in-house at the University of Queensland.
Anderson is joined by special counsel Tania Kearsley and solicitor Joanne Redburn. Kearsley has also worked both in private practice and in-house at the University of Queensland. She has a particular interest in bioethics and the interaction between the law and bioethics as it impacts on scientific endeavors.
Redburn has extensive experience in the biotechnology sector, having a PhD in biotechnology and experience working for a large pharmaceutical company. She has a particular interest in the intellectual property protection involving commercial and research ventures.
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