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Koch IP (Australia)

With a pragmatic approach to providing insights into nuances of Australian and New Zealand law, Koch IP tries to ensure that prospective clients engage them based on a best-informed decision.

Koch IP ® is a boutique intellectual property (IP) firm providing dedicated patent and trademark attorney services of the highest quality at competitive prices, covering all aspects of patent, trademark and design law. Koch IP offers clients to avail themselves of extensive and multi-jurisdictional expertise of a senior professional in protecting their IP in Australia, New Zealand and internationally, with a commitment that matters are handled directly by a senior professional. Koch IP acts for clients in various aspects of patent, trademark and design law, including the preparation and prosecution of applications and the enforcement and defence of registered rights. With a pragmatic approach to providing insights into nuances of Australian and New Zealand law on matters such as provisional refusals of international trademark registrations when providing quotations, Koch IP tries to ensure that prospective clients engage them based on a best-informed decision.

Michael Koch, the firm's Director, describes his positive experience using WeCrest:

"The return on investment was almost immediate, with integration efficiency increasing steadily thanks to the intuitive and well-rounded WeCrest member platform. Offering targeted, "need-based" marketing, WeCrest takes speculation on prospective clients' needs out of the equation, making it a favorite marketing tool. In addition to the instant benefit of being engaged by clients for IR refusal work, getting your firm onto the horizon of international colleagues has the potential for medium- and long-term benefits."

You can learn more about Koch IP ® at www.koch-ip.com.au.

Koch IP (Australia)

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