April 22, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers – NSW, 2012

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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