February 28, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyers – Victoria, 2022

Ian Pascarl
Gavin Adkins
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The 2022 listing of Leading Victorian Contentious Intellectual Property Lawyers details solicitors practising in contentious intellectual property, patent, trademark and copyright litigation matters in the Victorian legal market who were identified by clients and peers for their knowledge and expertise in the area.


Robert Cooper, MinterEllison
Tim Golder, Allens
Richard Hamer, Allens
Ian Pascarl, Davies Collison Cave
Stephen Stern, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Matthew Swinn, King & Wood Mallesons


Jonathan Feder, K&L Gates
Grant Fisher, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Kate Hay, King & Wood Mallesons
Chris Jordan, Davies Collison Cave
Jonathan Kelp, MinterEllison
Shaun McVicar, Herbert Smith Freehills
Chris Round, K&L Gates
Patrick Sands, K&L Gates
Kellech Smith, Ashurst
Tony Watson, K&L Gates


Gavin Adkins, Griffith Hack
Joy Atacador, Dentons
Peter Chalk, Ashurst
Wayne Condon, Biopharmalex
David Fixler, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Andrew Goatcher, Wrays
Cameron Harvey, Norton Rose Fulbright
Richard Hoad, Clayton Utz
Emma Iles, Herbert Smith Freehills
Shyama Jayaswal, MinterEllison
Chris McLeod, Clayton Utz
Glenn McGowan QC, Gadens
Wayne McMaster, Wayne McMaster Intellectual Property Counsel
Georgina O’Farrell, By George Legal
Caroline Ryan, Allens
Robynne Sanders, DLA Piper
Michael Wolnizer, Davies Collison Cave
Aaron Yates, Davies Collinson Cave

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