Griffith Hack welcomes patent attorney, patent associate to Perth team

Dr Radhika Moore and Ellen Cha strengthen the firm’s EICT practice

Griffith Hack welcomes patent attorney, patent associate to Perth team

Griffith Hack has expanded its team in Perth by bringing in patent attorney Dr Radhika Moore and patent associate Ellen Cha.

Moore and Cha will beef up the firm’s engineering, information and communication technology (EICT) practice in the area. They will be working with principals Robyn Heard and Leanne Oitmaa.

Moore joined Griffith Hack in 2021, operating from the Sydney office. She expressed her eagerness to build on her experience with the Perth transfer.

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Meanwhile, Cha makes the jump to Griffith Hack from another IP firm. She brings a background in chemical engineering.

Griffith Hack explained that the appointments reflect its commitment to diversity and to cultivating the next generation of IP experts.

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