Ms Eugenia Kolivos > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Corrs Chambers Westgarth
LEVEL 17
8 CHIFLEY, 8-12 CHIFLEY SQUARE
SYDNEY, NSW 2000
Australia

Work Department

Communications & Technology / Intellectual Property.

Position

Partner.

Career

Eugenia is one of Australia’s foremost experts in intellectual property, information technology and franchising and knows all the ins-and-outs of the protection, maintenance and commercialisation of proprietary knowledge. She is consistently sought out by major Australian and international companies for her expertise in intellectual property, information technology, technology licensing, major procurement and outsourcing arrangements, Eugenia applies her trademark skill and ability to think outside the box and achieve the right result for her clients. Acting for a number of household names including the Johnson & Johnson Group, Sony Australia and NBN Co, Eugenia also advises on advertising and marketing issues as well as contractual drafting and other counsel.

Memberships

Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand – Member Advertising Standards Board Panel – Member University of New South Wales – Guest Lecturer.

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Data protection

(Leading individuals)

Eugenia KolivosCorrs Chambers Westgarth

Corrs Chambers Westgarth handles a wide range of contentious and non-contentious data privacy and governance matters, working across the financial services, technology, and retail sectors, as well as advising governments on Australian data provisions. The team is led by James North , who has a strong focus on technology, media and telecoms work, and advises major domestic and international businesses, including leading Big Tech clients. Eugenia Kolivos has a strong specialism in complex technology and data commercialisation, alongside privacy advice, while Brisbane’s Helen Clarke handles data breaches, commercialisation issues and global privacy reviews. Melbourne’s Arvind Dixit advises on a wide range of public and private IT projects, including data considerations. Lawyers are in Sydney unless otherwise indicated. Senior associate Jennifer Dean  has now joined Johnson Winter Slattery.

Australia > Intellectual property

The practice at Corrs Chambers Westgarth has a strong track record handling contentious and non-contentious IP mandates for leading clients in the pharmaceutical, life sciences, agriculture, technology and media sectors. The team’s capabilities span across patents, trade marks, copyright and designs, including portfolio management. Melbourne-based Kate Hay  sits at the head of the team and has substantial expertise handling both domestic and cross border litigation across a wide variety of sectors; and Eugenia Kolivos  holds expertise in the protection, maintenance and commercialisation of proprietary knowledge. Odette GourleyGrant FisherDavid Fixler  and Stephen Stern are all strong in contentious IP matters.