ASX-listed IPH acquires NZ law firm AJ Park for $66M

Sophie Boot
Tue, 10 Oct 2017

By Sophie Boot Oct. 11 (BusinessDesk) - ASX-listed IPH Ltd said it has acquired New Zealand intellectual property law firm AJ Park for $66 million. IPH, which describes itself as Asia-Pacific's leading intellectual property group, expects the deal to be completed by Oct. 31. AJ Park employs 205 people with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Sydney, including 30 percent of New Zealand’s registered patent attorneys, and was established in 1891. The Kiwi law firm's client list spans a third of Fortune 500 companies and more than half of New...

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