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Harrison Ottaway is an intellectual property and litigation lawyer based in Melbourne.
Harrison has experience acting in both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters. He also has experience in advising clients on registrability, exploitation, validity, enforcement and infringement of intellectual property rights, including patents, trade marks, copyright and designs.
Harrison has a particular focus on patent and trade mark infringement disputes and frequently acts in disputes with a cross-border or international aspect. Harrison advises across a wide variety of industry sectors including consumer goods, technology and life sciences. In addition to intellectual property, he has experience in media law, consumer law and franchise law.
Harrison has represented clients in intellectual property proceedings in the Federal Court and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia.
- Supreme Court of Victoria 2013
- Justin Lambert and Harrison Ottaway, ' Exclusive Licensees without Standing,' (2016), 105 Intellectual Property Forum 55
- Justin Lambert and Harrison Ottaway, 'Beer and Wine and Children's Toys,' (2017), 110 Intellectual Property Forum 25
- Harrison Ottaway, 'Copyright final frontier for Axanar enterprise' (January 2016), griffithhack.com
- Harrison Ottaway, 'Copyright case against U2 latest to test the boundary of originality and creativity' (March 2017), griffithhack.com
- Harrison Ottaway and Helen MacPherson 'Court decision highlights difficulty in challenging innovation patents'(August 2017), thebrandprotectionblog.com