Greg Bodulovic is an intellectual property lawyer with postgraduate qualifications in biotechnology. He has broad experience in both the contentious and non-contentious aspects of intellectual property law and advises on the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia.

His experience includes patent infringement and revocation proceedings before the Federal Court of Australia and High Court of Australia, and patent opposition proceedings before the Australian Patent Office. Greg has also acted in design, trade mark and copyright infringement proceedings and implemented and managed successful intellectual property enforcement campaigns for rights owners.

His non-contentious experience includes advising on the intellectual property and technology aspects of large, multi-jurisdictional corporate transactions, including drafting and negotiating licence agreements and technology transfer agreements and facilitating technology transfer.

Greg also advises on complex regulatory issues relating to pharmaceuticals and medical devices, including the application of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme and industry codes of practice.