, a partner at the firm, is head of the Intellectual Property department. She has broad experience in contentious IP work, IP litigation, enforcement and licensing programmes, anti-counterfeiting, the exploitation of IP rights, competition law and broadcasting. She frequently appears in the High Court, Court of Appeal and the Federal Court, representing local and global companies. She negotiates and advises on the exploitation and enforcement of IP rights for leading multinational companies around the world. Karen has also designed and crafted anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting programmes, as well as brand management schemes, and provides legal counsel on all allied IP rights relating to matters such as food and drugs, domain name disputes, licensing, agency franchising, merchandising, commercial sales contracts, sponsorship, advertising and entertainment, and media broadcasting laws. She is also experienced in all aspects of Information Technology (IT), e-commerce, and telecommunications-related matters and cyberlaws.
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