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Lisa Jarrett

Lisa Jarrett



  • Cartels
  • Branding and Advertising
  • Business Acquisition, Separation and Integration
  • Cloud Computing

WSG Practice Industries



With 10 years of experience, Lisa specialises in intellectual property and technology law and practices in the area of corporate and commercial law. She has a deep understanding of the identification, protection, licensing and enforcement of intellectual property rights and regularly advises clients on compliance with trade practices and privacy legislation.
Lisa advises and acts for national and local clients across the education, manufacturing, technology and energy and resources industries.
Lisa is a registered trademark attorney.


LLB BSc, LLM (Comm)
Areas of Practice

Branding and Advertising | Business Acquisition, Separation and Integration | Cartels | Cloud Computing | Commercial Contracting | Commercialisation | Competition and Market Regulation | Compliance | Confidentiality and Trade Secrets | Consumer Protection | Contract and Commercial | Copyright | Corporate | Design | Education | Franchising | Freedom of Information | Global and Cross-Border Transactions | Government | Health and Ageing | Health and Ageing Litigation | Information and Communication Technology | Intellectual Property | Internet and E-commerce | IP Management | Outsourcing | Patents | Privacy and Confidentiality | Privacy and Data Protection | Procurement | Procurement and Supply | Research | Technology | Technology, Media and Telecommunications | Trade Marks

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • Member, Privacy Committee, Law Council of Australia
  • Member, SA Committee, Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc
  • Member, Licensing Executives Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc
  • Member, Australian Mining and Petroleum Lawyers' Association
  • Member, Australian Corporate Lawyers Association
  • Registered trademark attorney

Decrypting the Decryption Bill
MinterEllison, October 2018

Following a short period of public consultation, the Telecommunications and Other Amendments (Assistance and Access) Bill 2018 (Cth) (Bill) has been introduced into Parliament. Despite the extensive public concerns raised with the Exposure Draft version, only a small number of amendments have been made to the Bill. Following extensive submissions and much debate, the 'decryption Bill' has now been introduced into Parliament...

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