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New South Wales
Clayton Utz maintains a top-tier multi-disciplinary Corporate / M&A practice.
Acting for many of Australia's top 100 companies and leading multinationals in the region, we provide corporate clients with all the tools they need to manage both the day-to-...
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Special Counsel, Melbourne
+61 3 9286 6385
Mark Krenzer has many years of experience in technology and intellectual property law and associated areas.
focus is on protecting trade marks, copyright and confidential information (including infringement disputes).
also has a substantial licensing and commercialisation, leisure and entertainment and marketing practice.
has a special interest in the intellectual property aspects of the internet, including domain names and misuse of intellectual property on the internet.
prides himself on adding value for his
clients by providing prompt and commercial advice which is useful in the client's business while at the same time protecting the client's interests.
Mark Krenzer, special ...
Mark Krenzer, special counsel in the intellectual property and technology group at law firm Clayton Utz, told SmartCompany that producing unauthorised compilations of books is clearly an infringement of copyright, which is probably why Murdoch Books agreed to settle the dispute.
"The only issue the court had to agree on was whether the court had to make an order for the payment of the settlement amounts," Krenzer
says Granger probably pushed for the court hearing to save costs, as there is no need to pay for a private arbitrator and facilities because "there is some perception that a court has more weight at the end of the day rather than a privately chosen arbitrator".