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MinterEllison

David Morfesi

David Morfesi

Special Counsel

Expertise

  • Government
  • Intellectual Property
  • Competition and Market Regulation
  • Intellectual Property Disputes

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Activity

WSG Leadership

INTA Group
Member

MinterEllison
Australia

Profile

David is Special Counsel in MinterEllison's International Trade Group. He specialises in assisting the firm's government clients and clients with cross-jurisdictional business operations on international trade and intellectual property issues. His practice builds on his strong background in public international trade law. David specialises in WTO law, free trade agreements, investment treaties, sanctions, trade remedies, customs matters, regulatory matters affecting trade in goods and services, and a full range of intellectual property law and policy matters.

David has previously worked as an international trade advisor for the United States Government, including serving as delegate to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), World Health Organisation (WHO), World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). He has served as a negotiator for fifteen US bilateral and multilateral free trade agreement negotiations, including the Australia-US FTA, and as technical advisor and counsel for WTO dispute resolution.

David has instructed at the WIPO Worldwide Academy, as well as the U.S. Foreign Service Institute. He has developed and conducted training and technical assistance for government officials from over 120 countries worldwide.

Education

LLM, JD, BSc
Areas of Practice

Competition and Market Regulation | Government | Intellectual Property | Intellectual Property Disputes | International Trade | Technology, Media and Telecommunications | Trade

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