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AJ Park is recognised internationally as New Zealand’s leading provider of IP services and advice. We have one of the largest teams of IP specialists in the Australasian region. AJ Park has won the Intellectual Property Specialist Law Firm of the Year award at the New Zealand Law Awards for several consecutive years.
With multiple qualifications as registered patent attorneys, lawyers, engineers and scientists, AJ Park has 26 principals and over 170 staff in Auckland and Wellington.
For over 128 years, AJ Park has been fostering innovation in New Zealand by helping companies and individuals identify, develop, protect, commercialise, manage, and enforce their IP rights.
Our depth of knowledge of New Zealand’s IP landscape and our experience in this area of the world is unmatched, so you can be confident that you're entrusting your IP to the right pair of hands.
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