Wrays hires three to boost IP
Wrays Lawyers has appointed three intellectual property (IP) lawyers to boost its advisory and litigation practice.Marie Wong, who previously worked for Norton Rose in Melbourne and has nine
Wrays Lawyers has appointed three intellectual property (IP) lawyers to boost its advisory and litigation practice.
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Marie Wong, who previously worked for Norton Rose in Melbourne and has nine years experience in trade marks and contentious IP matters, will join Wrays as a special counsel.
Stephanie Harrower joins the firm from Lavan Legal as an IP consultant. Admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales, she brings experience in media and entertainment litigation.
Nico de Jong has recently joined Wrays from boutique IP and Technology firm Hudson Gavin Martin in New Zealand. He advises on many aspects of IP including domain names, copyright, passing off, fair trading and advertising law.