Harriet Young

Harriet Young

Harriet Young is an intellectual property lawyer at McCullough Robertson in Australia. She advises on all aspects of intellectual property rights including protection and enforcement of trade marks, copyrights, designs and patents, as well as national and international trade mark prosecution, registration and portfolio management. Harriet has experience in all stages of national and international trade mark prosecution and registration, including advising on registrability, pre-filing clearance searches, filing strategy, prosecution strategy, putting on evidence of use, conducting proceedings before the Trade Marks Office and trade mark dispute resolution. Harriet has practised intellectual property in Australia and New Zealand, and completed her Master of Laws in Intellectual Property at The George Washington University Law School, offering clients a valuable international perspective.


Luxury Law | 4mos

Chapter: Australia

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