Warwick's practice includes infringement and validity actions; seeking and defending interlocutory injunction applications; and patent and trade mark hearings, oppositions and appeals. Warwick also regularly advises in relation to validity and infringement of intellectual property rights and represents parties at mediations.
Warwick is a panelist for the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in domain name disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the auDA Domain Name Dispute Policy (auDRP).
Warwick is listed in both Doyle's Guide to Leading Victorian Intellectual Property Barristers (2021) and Doyle’s Guide to Leading Australian Intellectual Property Barristers (2021) as a Preeminent Intellectual Property Junior Counsel. Warwick is also listed in the Legal 500 Asia-Pacific (2022) as a Leading Junior Counsel. His review reads: “Strong, academic focus – particularly in copyright and patent matters." Warwick is also recognised in Who's Who Legal - Australia and New Zealand (2022) for his expertise in trade mark law.
Before coming to the Bar, Warwick was a partner in the intellectual property and trade practices group of Mallesons Stephen Jacques.
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- Consumer Law
- Contractual Disputes
- Confidential Information
- Copyright & Designs
- Information Technology
- Media & Entertainment
- Trade Marks
Bachelor of Laws (Hons)(Monash)
Bachelor of Arts (Monash)
Doctor of Philosophy (London)
State and Territory Courts and Tribunals
Federal Court of Australia
High Court of Australia
Law Council of Australia’s Intellectual Property Committee
Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne
International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property
Copyright Society of Australia
Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand.