May 31, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers – NSW, 2012

Sue Gilchrist, Herbert Smith Freehills
The 2012 listing of leading NSW Intellectual Property lawyers details lawyers practising within the area of both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters in the NSW legal market who have been identified for their expertise and abilities in the area. It is compiled on the back of feedback from both solicitors practising within these areas and client referees.

 

Preeminent

Kathryn Everett – Freehills
Sue Gilchrist – Freehills
Maurice Gonsalves – King & Wood Mallesons
Philip Kerr – Allens
Ben Miller – Ashurst
Anthony Muratore – Jones Day
Kim O’Connell – King & Wood Mallesons
Michael Williams – Gilbert + Tobin

Leading

Charles Alexander – Minter Ellison
Peter Banki – Banki Haddock & Fiora
Odette Gourley – Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Kristin Stammer – Freehills
Andrew Stewart – Baker & McKenzie
Mary Still – Clayton Utz
Simon Williams – Spruson & Ferguson

Recommended

John Afaras – Spruson & Ferguson
Scott Bouvier – King & Wood Mallesons
John Collins – Clayton Utz
Jim Dwyer – Allens
Richard Gough – Baker & McKenzie
Kate Haddock –Banki Haddock Fiora
Kate Harrison – Gilbert + Tobin
Karen Hayne – Addisons Lawyers
Philp Heuzenroeder – Spruson & Ferguson
John Lee – Griffith Hack
Rob McInnes – DibbsBarker
Ross McLean – Baker & McKenzie
Jackie O’Brien – Norton Rose
Jane Owen – Middletons
Lynne Peach – Minter Ellison
Katrina Rathie – King & Wood Mallesons
Lisa Ritson – Ashurst
Siabon Seet – Gilbert + Tobin
Scott Sloan – DibbsBarker
Lisa Taliadoros – Jones Day

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