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Bianca D'Angelo

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Ms. D'Angelo is an intellectual property lawyer. She has experience in the registration of intellectual property rights and litigation in relation to matters involving copyright, trade marks, designs and associated trade practices issues.

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Ms. D'Angelo was an intellectual property lawyer at The National Gallery in London. In this role, she gained extensive experience relating to the commercialisation, protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, and the management of intellectual property policies and processes, particularly in the art, cultural heritage, music, science, technology and publishing sectors.

Ms. D'Angelo also has experience working in a London based international law firm and a leading Australian commercial law firm.

Professional Background

Ms. D'Angelo completed her articles at a large national Australian law firm in 2014 before moving to London where she worked at an international law firm and The National Gallery, London.


  • Maud Stiles Memorial Prize for Senior History, University of Sydney, 2010
  • Academic Merit Prize for Arts, University of Sydney, 2010
  • Undergraduate Entry Scholarship, University of Sydney, 2008

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Law Society of New South Wales
  • Law Society of Victoria
IP Litigation
  • Acting for Magi Enterprises (Kookai) in a range of intellectual property protection and enforcement matters including a Federal Court litigation against Luvalot Clothing Pty Ltd, an Australian online fashion retailer, regarding a claim of infringement of a registered design.
  • Advising an Australian TV, sports, social media and health personality in relation to various IP matters including a trade mark infringement claims, domain name registrations and a dispute.
Copyright Litigation
  • Advising Seafolly (an Australian swimwear brand) in copyright infringement proceedings which have been issued in Australia, Canada and France regarding third parties that it alleges infringe its fabric prints.
  • Advising Carlisle Homes in relation to a copyright infringement linked to company-specific building plans against Tick Homes (Carlisle Homes Pty Ltd v Tick Homes Pty Ltd [2018] FCA 973).