Davies Collison Cave, an intellectual property specialist firm, based in Australia, opens its first offshore office in Singapore. Occupying 3,294 sf on the 7th floor of Ocean Financial Centre, the office has a bird’s eye view towards Marina Bay Sands and the Central Business District. The swanky office is fitted with spacious rooms for its partners and workstations for supporting staff. There’s a table tennis table available for staff to pit their skills against one another after work for work-life balance.
Davies Collison Cave held its official opening of the office on the 1 March 2016 at Level 43 Ocean Financial Centre. Managing Partner Leon Allen flew in from Melbourne, Australia and was flanked by partners, Ross Clark (head of Singapore), Desmond Tan, Mathew Lucas, Adam Sears. Julian Curwen, David Webber and consultant Keith Leslie. The occasion was graced by Australian High Commissioner to Singapore, Mr.Philip Green who did the ribbon cutting ceremony. The Lion Dance troupe was called in to make their mark on this auspicious occasion. Joined by over 80 guests from all over the world, Guest of Honour, Mr. Philip Green described the scene of innovation in Asia, particularly in Singapore as ‘very real’ and the need to protect the intellectual property of individuals/companies becomes eminent and hence the significance of the role patent attorneys play.
With a rich history of 130 years behind the firm, they are well-placed to ride the wave of innovation in the years ahead and should enjoy great success in the foreseeable future. For more information on intellectual property matters, do contact them here.
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