Shelston IP Highly Recommended in IAM Patent 1000 2018
Published on 18 Jun, 2018
Intellectual Asset Management recently released their 2018 IAM Patent 1000 survey results. Shelston IP are proud to be listed as a Highly Recommended firm for prosecution.
We also congratulate Shelston IP attorneys Paul Harrison, Kieran Williams, Greg Whitehead, Grant Shoebridge and Chris Bevitt for being listed as standout attorney’s in their field.
Keeping future enforcement priorities firmly in mind, Shelston IP conducts an exceptional programme of core prosecution services. Value is added throughout the patent lifecycle by a straight-shooting litigation team and a long list of support functions, including assistance with securing funding and reacting to legislative changes in the IP environment. The offices are staffed with crack prosecutors, from which Paul Harrison stands out; recently concluding a term as president of the Asian Patent Attorneys Association Australia Chapter, Harrison is “renowned for his robust engineering expertise”, though his talents are in demand among a broad heavy-industry following. Newly ranked Kieran Williams and Greg Whitehead share a fanbase of ASX-listed companies that value their technical gifts. Williams “is an attorney who keeps clients’ best interests in mind”. “Always rolling up his sleeves”, the trained neuroscientist is no stranger to getting his hands dirty in research settings and counts three research fellowships on his CV, alongside time as a patent examiner at IP Australia and a research scientist at GSK Australia. Devoting his time to instructions in the mechanical engineering space, Whitehead focuses on advising mining operations and technology start-ups. With unparalleled knowledge in gene-based patentable subject matter, Grant Shoebridge most recently established precedent in the influential Arrowhead decision. Leading the commercial law team with aplomb, Chris Bevitt offers his remarkable business acumen to rights holders seeking commercialisation opportunities.