Jane Rawlings is an intellectual property barrister who lectures in Trade Mark Law and Trade Mark Practice, as part of the Masters of Intellectual Property course at UTS. Her areas of practice are
- Contentious and non-contentious intellectual property law, particularly licensing and exploitation of intellectual property rights and trade marks, copyright, designs and patent litigation.
- General commercial advice and contracts, litigation and non-contentious work, with a particular focus on e-commerce and telecommunications
- Advice on data protection and privacy law (European Union, UK and Australia), including regulatory compliance and handling of subject access requests and complaints
- Media law and defamation
- General Commercial Litigation