Nicholas Tyacke is a dual-qualified (Australia and the United States) intellectual property litigator. He offers a level of experience unique to the Australian market, having spent many years litigating intellectual property disputes in both the United States and Australia.

Nicholas focuses on advising and acting for local, regional and international clients with respect to all aspects of patent law, particularly in relation to patent issues and disputes in the life sciences and technology sectors, as well as copyright and trade mark law, particularly as they relate to the internet and high technology. He has been involved in a number of Australia's and the United States' leading patent cases and has established a reputation acting as a member of global teams representing clients in complex, multi-jurisdictional disputes.

Nicholas is also a technophile and he has used his knowledge and understanding of technology to help numerous clients resolve multi-million dollar technology related legal disputes.