Our Intellectual Property & Technology (IP&T) team can provide you with a comprehensive service across the complete suite of intellectual property rights (IPR), including contentious matters.

With experience across a diverse range of industries including pharmaceutical, engineering, media, financial services, mining, IT and biotechnology, we help our clients create, protect and commercialise their IPR, and avoid unauthorised use of third party rights.

Our track record includes advice to, and representation of, a wide range of clients from start-ups to large international household names, who value our ability to see the 'big picture'. Our experienced team, one of whom is the author of the trade marks and domains section of the leading IP information service, Lahore Patents, Trade Mark and Related Rights, are trusted advisors to clients such as Nine Entertainment Network Australia, Breville, Yamaha Motors Australia, Hoyts Corporation and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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Drawing on a global network of professional associates, our IP&T experts can assist you across Australia and throughout the world.

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Doyles Guide leading list rankings

Anna Feros - Recommended Lawyer in Intellectual Property (Brisbane, 2016)

Rachel Sciascia - Recommended Lawyer in Intellectual Property (Brisbane, 2016)

Rob McInnes - Recommended Lawyer in Intellectual Property (Australia, 2016)

DibbsBarker - Recommended Firm in Intellectual Property (Brisbane, 2016)

DibbsBarker - Recommended Firm in Intellectual Property (Australia, 2016)

Doyles Guide is an independent guide with rankings compiled through feedback from those in the legal profession.

Recent News and Publications
14 Feb 2017
When independent contractors are engaged to perform work, there are many reasons why their contracts should be carefully prepared. One of those reasons has been highlighted by a recent Federal Court of Australia decision on the subject of entitlement to a patent.
11 Jan 2017
Arguing that trade marks are ‘deceptively similar’ is one of the grounds most frequently relied on by trade mark owners asserting that another person’s mark infringes their own registered rights.
29 Dec 2016
Intellectual property issues don’t often make headlines in Australia’s rural press. But in recent months a patent application in the field of bovine genomics, jointly held by US companies Cargill and Branhaven, has entered the spotlight and will be challenged in the Federal Court next year by Meat and Livestock Australia.