17 April 2022

GLMR is Growing

David Müller-Wiesner

We are excited to announce the addition of five sought-after Australian Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys to the GLMR Intellectual Property family.

Expanding the Family

Over the past year, GLMR has experienced record growth. Senior attorneys were attracted to GLMR for the high-quality clients, independent firm structure, flexibility, family-oriented work practices, and a mission to put clients first, every time.  We believe that great attorneys want to deliver high quality work and are passionate about providing personalised, value-added services in a broad range of technology areas to local and international clients. We appreciate the importance of creating and growing long-standing relationships with our clients and to never compromise on our quality of care.  Our new colleagues vividly personify these values and aspirations.

Each attorney would be delighted to reconnect at glmr.law.

 

Edward Genocchio

Edward Genocchio

Shareholder

Edward has over 25 years’ experience as a patent and trademark attorney.  He has a background in engineering and design. He has won or been nominated for more than 20 awards locally and globally. Who’s Who Legal 2021 Thought Leaders Survey reported: “Edward Genocchio is applauded by clients for his “clear communication, insight, curiosity, technical expertise and empathy”.

 

Simon Reynolds

Simon Reynolds

Shareholder

Simon has over 18 years’ experience as a patent and trademark attorney.  He has a background in software, computing and electronics. Simon is often seen around the Australian Start-Up Community and International IP conferences.

 

David Bayliss

David Bayliss

Senior Associate

David has over 9 years’ experience as a patent and trademark attorney. He has a background in chemical engineering, physics and design. David is widely known for his exacting work. Most recently David has worked as an Examiner at IP Australia and we are beyond excited to offer the kind of working environment that tempts David back into delivering the outstanding results he produces as a patent attorney.

 

Edward Quinn

Edward Quinn

Senior Associate

Edward has experience with managing large patent and design portfolios for local and international clients. He has extensive experience with enforcement of various patent and design matters for his clients. Notably, Edward was involved in the first Australian opposition to a surrender of a patent, which resulted in a favourable outcome for the client.

 

Richard Grant

Richard Grant

Patent Attorney

Richard’s career has an astounding breadth, both during his time as a research chemist working in commercial and CSIRO roles, as well as in his IP career, having been a Principal of Australia’s largest patent firm for many years.

 

We hope you are as excited as we are to see the GLMR family growing.

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