January 21, 2019
Doyle's Guide
Best Lawyers Intellectual Property NSW

Leading Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyers – NSW, 2018

The 2018 listing of  Leading New South Wales Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyers details solicitors practising in contentious intellectual property, patent, trademark and copyright litgation matters in the NSW legal market who were identified by clients and peers for their knowledge and expertise in the area


Sue Gilchrist, Herbert Smith Freehills
Philip Kerr, Allens
Kim O’Connell, King & Wood Mallesons
Michael Williams, Gilbert + Tobin


Peter Banki, Banki Haddock Fiora
John Collins, Clayton Utz
John Fairbairn, MinterEllison
Kate Haddock, Banki Haddock Fiora
Odette Gourley, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
John Lee, Gilbert + Tobin
Anthony Muratore, Jones Day
Cate Nagy, King & Wood Mallesons
Jackie O’Brien, Norton Rose Fulbright
Lisa Ritson, Ashurst
Miriam Stiel, Allens
Mary Still, Clayton Utz


John Afaras, Spruson & Ferguson
Scott Bouvier, King & Wood Mallesons
Anita Cade, Ashurst
Sophie Dawson, Bird & Bird
Paul Dewar, Davies Collison Cave
Rebekah Gay, Herbert Smith Freehills
Richard Gough, Baker McKenzie
James Lawrence, Mills Oakley
Justine Munsie, Addisons
Jane Owen, Bird & Bird
Andrew Rankine, Ashurst
Julie Robb, Banki Haddock Fiora
Siabon Seet, Gilbert + Tobin
Adam Simpson, Simpsons Solicitors
Kristin Stammer, Herbert Smith Freehills
Andrew Stewart, Baker McKenzie
Lisa Taliadoros, Jones Day
Nicholas Tyacke, DLA Piper
Mark Vincent, Shelston IP
Timothy Webb, Clayton Utz
Chris Williams, Gilbert + Tobin

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