October 7, 2022
Doyle's Guide

Leading Intellectual Property Lawyers – Victoria, 2012

With the Melbourne intellectual property market having played second fiddle to its Sydney counterpart over the past twelve to eighteen months it’s been interesting times for Victoria’s intellectual property lawyers.  Times that. more than anything else, have seen a return to the dominance of larger practices.

Preeminent

Peter Chalk – Ashurst
Wayne Condon – Griffith Hack
Richard Hamer – Allens
Shaun McVicar – Freehills
Stephen Stern – Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Leading

Russell Berry – Griffith Hack
Robert Cooper – King & Wood Mallesons
Grant Fisher – Ashurst
Tim Golder – Allens
Richard Jarvis – Davies Collison Cave
Sarah Matheson – Allens
Wayne McMaster – King & Wood Mallesons
Mary Padbury – Ashurst
Matthew Swinn – Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Tony Watson – Middletons

Recommended

Malcolm Bell – Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick
Philip Catania – Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Greg Chambers – Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick
Rodney de Boos – Davies Collison Cave
Belinda Findlay – Ashurst
Peter Francis – Francis Abourzik Lightowlers
John Hannebery – Davies Collison Cave
Natalie Hickey – King & Wood Mallesons
Chris Jordan – Davies Collison Cave
Kate Marshall – Middletons
Chris McLeod – Clayton Utz
Sally Nicholson – Griffith Hack
Graham Phillips – Herbert Geer

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