is a senior associate with particular experience working as part of a team on multi-jurisdictional patent litigation in which she can draw on her science training. Chantal's practice focuses on patent infringement and revocation proceedings in the Federal and High Courts of Australia for clients in technology-related industries, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical devices. She also advises global companies on oppositions and applications in the Australian Patent Office, freedom-to-operate issues, pharmaceutical extensions of term, patent amendment strategies and trade secrets/confidential information. Chantal has a Bachelor of Science (molecular biology/microbiology) in addition to her law degree.
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