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Baxter IP is a full service, end-to-end patent attorney firm geared to maximising the commercial protection and leverage intellectual property (IP) can bring to its innovative Australian clients. Head offices in Sydney and Melbourne house a close-knit team of industry specialist patent attorneys whose experience is leveraged by an international network of associate patent attorney firms.
Our patent attorney experts in software, engineering and pharmaceuticals IP are poised to protect what’s yours.
After all the paper has settled, Baxter IP wants to ensure that your IP achieves its commercial purpose.

We Protect Patents

   We have industry specialists patent attorneys
   We pursue the broadest possible patent coverage
   We have IP Attorneys from successful R&D companies
   We prepare thorough patent applications to an international standard

We Enforce Patents

   We enforce IP rights to stop patent infringement
   We mitigate risk via contingency patent claims
   We excel in international patenting
   We think outside the box  

We Commercialise Patents

      We have 25+ industry specialist commercialisation advisers who license and commercialise IP
     We have an in-house product design & software development team to help you develop your product
     Our accreditation as a service provider to the Business Innovation Group certifies the commercial capability of our IP attorneys
  We have created 7 technology joint-venture companies in the past 12 months

Need to protect your valuable idea? Speak to a patent attorney

Baxter IP possesses 70 years of collective patent experience, more than 1000+ clients and close working relationships with attorneys worldwide.

"I contacted Baxter Patent Attorneys following a previous fruitless, lengthy and expensive experience with one of the large specialist IP firms."

− Bruce Johansson (CleanPoint Holdings)

"I’d highly recommend using BaxterIP to any software company that’s looking to protect their software inventions."

− Francesco Fiorenza (Flame Pty Ltd)

"Baxter Patent Attorneys were able to guide us through our technically demanding patent space quickly and efficiently, while maintaining excellent feedback and communication throughout."

− Leo McHugh, PhD/Highlight Ventures Pty Ltd/Adventure Aerospace Pty Ltd

"From the initial meeting through to the lodging of a patent I have been very impressed with Baxter Patent Attorneys’ punctuality of program, utmost professional attention to detail and above all their width of thinking."

− Bruce Hanlee from X2 Design Pty Ltd

"Just wanted to pass on my thanks to you and your team for the work done in putting together the provisional patent application. The level of work and detail has exceeded my expectations."

− Kristian Hedge

"It is our pleasure to be testament to the absolute Professionalism, Integrity and Expertise, that we have experienced working with Baxter Patent Attorneys."

− Monique & Kristy Pastor from Twinnovations

 

 

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