Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electronics are at the centre of innovation for many industries. And the rapid rate of change and development invariably gives rise to complex issues in intellectual property law.

Davies Collison Cave has the team with deep technical expertise to guide and protect your intellectual property.

Our attorneys have expertise not only in IP law but also in electronics, semiconductors, computer science, telecommunications, photonics, internet technologies, nanotechnology, MEMs, bioinformatics, medical devices, image processing, artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, photovoltaics, antennas, wireless networks, business methods and financial systems.

We understand the complexity  involved in commercialising technology in the electrical and electronic engineering industry. We have an experienced team of trade mark and commercial lawyers who are experts at identifying and protecting your distinctive innovation. They will work with you and  draft appropriate commercial agreements and contracts to ensure your IP is secure.

Strategic use of intellectual property has helped our clients grow and prosper in the rapidly changing environment of  electronic engineering.  According to some of our clients:

“I have been a client of DCC for almost 20 years, initially working as a consultant for a university commercialisation company, but for the past 14 years in an export-oriented search software services company. I have found the partners and staff at DCC to be professional and knowledgeable, … and have been impressed by their technical knowledge in addition to their core patent skills and expertise. I have no hesitation in highly recommending DCC to any Australian firm or organisation”.