Bennett & Philp Lawyers has again achieved a significant ranking in the prestigious Doyle’s Guide to the Legal Profession, being named in the 2017 Guide in the top tier of the leading intellectual property law firms in Brisbane.
Director and Intellectual Property lawyer Tony Bennett has again been named in Doyle’s national report on Australia’s legal profession, this time as one of the only four IP lawyers in Brisbane who qualify as “preeminent” in the 2017 list.
Their firm is also listed by Doyles as one of only four top-tier leading intellectual property law firms in Queensland. Significantly, Bennett & Philp is the only Queensland- based law firm in the top tier group, which adds further emphasis to Tony being representative of the only Queensland-based firm featured.
Tony Bennett has also featured as Recommended in the Queensland list for Leading Queensland Technology, Media & Telecommunications Lawyers.
The latest rankings continue a prestigious run for the firm with Tony Bennett named in the 2015 Guide as one of the Leading Brisbane IP lawyers.
In that year their firm achieved significant rankings across several categories in the 2015 Doyle’s Guide. The firm was named in the 2015 Guide as a leader in the fields of medical negligence compensation, motor vehicle accident compensation and workplace compensation
The firm was also listed among the Recommended IP firms in the 2016 list and was also singled out for distinction in its Intellectual Property work by Doyles in 2010.
Tony Bennett said he is very thrilled about the recognition given to him and the firm in this 2017 legal ranking.
The firm has recorded several significant wins in intellectual property law matters on matters such as trade marks use, patents, computer programmes and trade mark infringements.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers’ IP role has grown to the point where the firm now has one of the largest specifically dedicated Intellectual Property law teams in Australia.
The firm’s IP team is at the cutting edge of 21st Century intellectual property law traversing areas such as trade marks and patent law, cybercrime, info technology, biotech and mechanical issues.