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Pearce IP promotes special counsel to executive

Boutique intellectual property firm Pearce IP has elevated a special counsel to executive, which took effect in the new financial year.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 03 August 2023 SME Law
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Dr Chris Vindurampulle (pictured), a patent and trademark attorney, has been promoted to executive at Pearce IP, effective 1 July.

He is registered to practice before the intellectual property offices of Australia and New Zealand, the firm said in a statement, and is experienced in patent drafting, patent and trademark prosecution and opposition, and freedom to operate, opinion and due diligence work.

 
 

Speaking about the promotion, Pearce IP founder and chief executive Naomi Pearce said: “I am delighted to welcome Chris Vindurampulle to the Pearce IP executive and congratulate him on his very well-deserved promotion.

“This is testament to the significant contribution Chris has made to Pearce IP, our team and clients since joining us in 2022, and I have no doubt that he will play a vital role in the future of Pearce IP.

“Dr Vindurampulle has a wealth of life sciences IP expertise, on top of his experience as a vaccinologist, is a steady pair of hands and an engaging and calm leader.

“Chris reflects the Pearce IP values and has embraced the Pearce IP vision to set the standard for the provision of legal/IP services in Australia. He is very deserving of this promotion.”

Pearce IP special counsel Jacinta Flattery-O’Brien added: “Chris is a highly committed professional who expertly leads clients through complex options and scenarios with his outstanding communication skills.

“His elevation to the Pearce IP executive is warmly welcomed by his colleagues who know they can bank on his supportive leadership, his reliability, his eagerness to share his extensive trove of IP knowledge, his legendary ability to remain calm in the eye of the storm … and his sense of humour! Congratulations, Chris!”