Lucy Davis has expertise in commercial litigation specialising in intellectual property law, with experience in trade mark proceedings, non-use applications and oppositions, copyright disputes, design infringement proceedings, patent proceedings and oppositions, as well as disputes concerning confidential information, consumer and competition law and franchising law.
Lucy accepts briefs in commercial law with a keen interest in intellectual property, consumer law and the automotive industry. She approaches briefs with a commercial mindset and a true understanding of business complexity and drivers. Lucy was recognised in Doyle's list of Leading Intellectual Property Junior Counse - Victorial, 2021; Doyle’s list of Leading Technology, Media & Telecommunications Junior Counsel - Victoria, 2020 & 2021 and Doyle’s list of Emerging Intellectual Property and TMT Junior Counsel – Australia, 2017.
Her recent experience includes:
Lucy has advanced analytical skills and she was conferred a Master of Laws from University of Melbourne which included a thesis in intellectual property. She is regularly asked to present on intellectual property issues and her analysis is regularly published.
Lucy was the Chief Examiner and lecturer in Copyright and Designs at Monash University. She is on the editorial panel of the Australian Intellectual Property Law Bulletin.
Lucy’s full profile can be viewed here.
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