Ross McLean is a partner in the Sydney office of Baker & McKenzie where he advises on intellectual property law. He advises major manufacturers and distributors on competition law issues relating to the distribution, pricing and marketing of goods and services. Ross is instructed by some of the world's largest companies, is recognised as a leading intellectual property lawyer and was listed in Best Lawyers: Australia in 2008 and 2009.
Ross' practice focuses on advising major brand owners, universities and manufacturers on intellectual property protection issues, supply and procurement matters, technology licences, research and other strategic collaborations as well as competition law.
Ross has acted for major advertisers on a wide range of regulatory matters including issues and disputes arising under voluntary codes, to product performance claims and comparative claims, drafting and authorising voluntary codes, and the regulation of packaging and labelling materials including the impact of quarantine and other laws on imports.
Representative Legal Matters
- Advising major transnational advertisers and manufacturers on intellectual property protection in Australia and Asia.
- Advising major manufacturers and distributors on competition law issues relating to the distribution, pricing and marketing of goods and services.
- Advising on issues related to notices to obtain information, documents and evidence and ACCC investigations.
- Acting on product performance claims and comparative claims.
New South Wales~Australia (1980)
University of London
University of Sydney
University of New South Wales
Baker & McKenzie, an Australian Partnership, is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.