Meet MBIPs new team members and new office

Two new attorneys join MBIP as 2018 sees our firm expand to five patent and trademark attorneys, and take up new residence in a bespoke office within Brisbane’s Red Hill commercial precinct.

With growth in our firm, our home of four years at Taringa became too small, and in January we moved to our new premises at 159 Musgrave Road, Red Hill – just 4.5km from Brisbane’s CBD.  MBIP’s new home is the former Red Hill Commonwealth Bank, a charming Art Deco building that provides the perfect environment for our growing firm. We look forward to welcoming our clients and friends to Red Hill, and we have great pleasure in introducing you to our two new staff members: Geraldine Rimmer (Trademarks Attorney) and Jeremy Moller (Patent and Trademark Attorney).

Geraldine Rimmer joins MBIP as a Trademarks Attorney, registered to practice in Australia and New Zealand and admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland. Geraldine holds degrees in Law and Arts (2000) from The University of Queensland, and a Master of Laws (Intellectual Property – 2006) from The University of Melbourne.

Geraldine has worked as a trademark practitioner since 2001, having previously worked for two Brisbane firms, where she gained experience in trademark law.  Geraldine’s work has involved serving a diverse range of clients including multinational corporations, wineries, cosmetic companies, car manufacturers, food and beverage manufacturers, medical appliance developers and also a variety of local businesses.

Jeremy Moller is an Australian registered patent and trademark attorney. Jeremy’s expertise is in the electrical and software engineering areas. He has Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Mathematics, both from the Queensland University of Technology.

Jeremy has worked at some of Australia’s most respected patent and trademark attorney firms for the last four years. Before joining the IP profession, Jeremy worked extensively as an electrical and software engineer including for the Queensland University of Technology’s Airport of the Future Research Centre, where he was part of the team that developed algorithms to better model and implement queuing processes and behaviours in java. Jeremy has also spent time at electrical engineering consultancy firm Ken Gallienne & Associates providing, advice on improved electrical infrastructure supporting clients’ needs that spanned telecommunication networks, lighting, high voltage reticulation and power systems.

At MBIP Jeremy will bring his engineering expertise to work with clients in the drafting, filing and prosecution of both patent and trade mark applications.  Jeremy is client focused and will work with the MBIP team to ensure commercial success for our clients.



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