Fisher Adams Kelly expands presence in Victoria
Intellectual property firm Fisher Adams Kelly has relocated its Melbourne office and appointed patent and trade mark attorney Neil Murray to its team. The relocation to new premises - located on
Intellectual property firm Fisher Adams Kelly has relocated its Melbourne office and appointed patent and trade mark attorney Neil Murray to its team.
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The relocation to new premises - located on Latrobe Street - will support the firm's expanding presence and operations in Victoria, according to Melbourne partner Andrew Cale.
"The relocation of our office into the heart of the city's legal district is the culmination of an exciting few months for our team," Cale said.
"This move is the latest step in the ongoing development of our business in Victoria as our client and staff base continues to grow."
Coinciding with the relocation, Murray joined the Melbourne team as special counsel.
"We are extremely excited by Neil's appointment which will strengthen our expertise in electronics, computer software, information and communications technology, and business methods," Cale said.
"Neil has spent many years preparing patent and trade mark applications for clients seeking rights in Australia and internationally. He has attended interviews and oral proceedings at the United States and European patent offices - experience that will further support our clients seeking patents and trade marks overseas."
A fellow of the Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, Murray is also a member of the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Institution of Engineers Australia and Australian Computer Society.