Amy Middlebrook

Amy Middlebrook

Baker & McKenzie


Amy Middlebrook is a partner in Australia's Dispute Resolution group. Amy is also a member of the Firm's Healthcare and Consumer Goods & Retail Industry Groups. She has practiced in both Australia and the United States.

Practice Focus

Amy has experience handling complex commercial disputes across many areas of law, with particular expertise in corporations law (including director and officer liability), misleading advertising claims and product liability.

Her experience included work in the Federal Court and Supreme Courts of New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. Amy's work has also involved class actions, representation in tribunals and dealings concerning the ACCC and ASIC.

Amy has a background in Pharmacology and has advised healthcare clients on regulatory matters, including with respect to TGA requirements, industry code compliance and pricing and reimbursement.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Acting in defense of an ASIC prosecution of Vocation Limited and certain of its directors and officers.

  • Acting in defense of a class action against Vocation Limited and certain of its directors and officers in the Federal Court of Australia.

  • Acting in defense of an ASIC prosecution of GetSwift Limited and certain of its directors.

  • Acting for Unilever against Revlon in relation to various advertising and intellectual property claims.

  • Acting for Unilever against Beiersdorf in relation to misleading and deceptive conduct claims under the Australian Consumer Law.

  • Acting for a litigation funder in a class action against Bank of Queensland Limited in the Federal Court of Australia.

  • Acting in the Western Australia Supreme Court in relation to a complex contractual claim involving change of control provisions.

  • Representing a US medical devices manufacturer in defending product liability class action proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia.

  • Representing a medical devices manufacturer in relation to negligence and ACL claims in the Supreme Court of NSW.

  • Acting for various healthcare multinationals on regulatory aspects of cross-border deals.

  • Acting for various healthcare clients on matters concerning TGA listing, Medicines Australia Code of Conduct compliance and PBS reimbursement issues.


  • New South Wales~Australia (2012)
  • High Court of Australia (2012)


  • University of Sydney (LLB) (2010)
  • University of Sydney (BSc) (2009)