Mr. Casinader is a Senior Associate in Melbourne's intellectual property team with a range of experience protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights. This experience includes developing and enforcing brand protection strategies on matters for trade mark, copyright and design owners, and providing contentious and non-contentious advice in relation to all aspects of intellectual property law.
Mr. Casinader has extensive experience prosecuting Australian, New Zealand and international trade mark applications as well as trade mark and patent opposition proceedings before IP Australia.
Further, Mr. Casinader has represented clients in legal proceedings concerning patent, trade mark, design and copyright infringement, as well as the misuse of confidential information and trade practices cases. Mr Casinader has also been involved in a number of complex patent litigation matters before the Federal Court of Australia.
He also assists clients with advice on brand name and product clearance, domain name recovery, customs programs, eBay anti-counterfeiting programs and the filing and prosecution of registered designs.
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