Mark Metzeling

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Mark Metzeling, Special Counsel, Macpherson Kelley | Recognised as a leading lawyer in the Australian intellectual property and trade mark landscape, Mark’s clients vary from start-ups to national subsidiaries of global corporations. He has a Masters of Intellectual Property Law and is registered as a trade marks attorney in Australia and New Zealand.

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