Gestalt Law is an Australian Patent Attorney, TradeMarks Attorney and Intellectual Property Law firm based in Sydney with Technology, Medical Devices, Industrial Design & Engineering at its core.
We pride ourselves in providing bespoke services tailored to the individual needs of our clients with knowledge and professionalism. With a spirit of rebelliousness and sensing an opportunity to provide better value and independent Patent Attorney & TradeMarks Attorney services Gestalt was founded. We strive to disrupt the status quo by doing things different.
We advise on the identification, protection, enforcement and commercialisation of intellectual property assets, including patents for inventions in new products and technologies, registered trademarks in new or existing brands and registered designs in creative works and industrial designs.
Our expertise is in creating strong Patent and TradeMark protection for Australia, New Zealand & international markets. We will work with you to understand your business drivers, build strong patents, protect your brands, solve your problems and help your company grow. Gestalt is qualified to assist you to secure protection in Australia & New Zealand and to extend that protection across the globe and also into the new IP frontier of the digital world.
With specialist terminology, arcane procedural rules and government gate-keepers, intellectual property can sometimes be complex and overwhelming. Gestalt aims to demystify the process and help you understand the entire picture of intellectual property and how you can leverage it to the benefit of your business.
Gestalt theory refers to the study of perception and our ability to ascertain and understand meaningful perceptions in a complex and apparently chaotic world. The mind forms a global picture based on an innate ability to organise apparently unrelated stimuli into a meaningful whole.
The IP landscape can seem similarly complex and chaotic. Our depth and breadth of knowledge and experience means that we can help our clients to make sense of the global IP picture so they can determine how IP protection and enforcement can be used to achieve their objectives.