Overview

Our Intellectual Property & Technology (IP&T) team can provides 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'.

We can help with:

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

Contacts
Partner
T +61 2 8233 9554

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Intellectual Property awards and rankings

Our IPT&C team have received many accolades for their expertise in Intellectual Property.

DibbsBarker ranked in Tier 3.
DibbsBarker ranked in Band 5, Scott Sloan ranked Band 4 and Rob McInnes noted.
DibbsBarker ranked in both Enforcement & Litigation and Prosecution & Strategy categories.
DibbsBarker listed as recommended in Transactions ranked bronze in Litigation.
DibbsBarker listed as a notable firm in both Patent Contentious and Trade Mark Contentious.
 
 
Recent News and Publications
08 Jun 2017
There are numerous examples of the unquestionable value that can come from developing and protecting a brand with a well-thought-out brand strategy – just think of what Nike has achieved with its iconic ‘swoosh’, or McDonalds with its famous ‘golden arches’.
31 May 2017
The success of an innovative business often hinges on its intellectual property. Recognising that IP rights are often misunderstood and their value can sometimes be overlooked, DibbsBarker has developed a new tool called ‘IP Ready’.
17 May 2017
The recent decision in Universal Music Australia Pty Limited v TPG Internet Pty Ltd [2017] FCA 435 (TPG Internet) heralds another win for copyright owners and exclusive licensees protecting their rights from pirate websites operating outside Australia.