Alexandra Shaw Lawyer

Alex is a lawyer in our Corporate & Commercial team with a focus on intellectual property, food and beverage law, regulatory compliance and commercial contracting.

Prior to joining KHQ, Alex worked as an intellectual property lawyer for a broad range of clients, including startups, SMEs and large corporates. Alex has advised clients on a number of commercial matters, including:

  • brand protection and enforcement in regards to trade marks, copyright, designs and general intellectual property assets
  • managing large national and international IP portfolios
  • advising food manufacturers and distributors on a number of commercial matters and regulatory compliance
  • assisting an international fitness studio with the acquisition of assets and commercial contracts
  • assisting franchisors with IP protection
  • reviewing, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts including terms and conditions, sponsorship agreements, retail and distribution agreements, and IP licences and assignments
  • advising on regulatory compliance for advertising, goods labelling, food standards, and general competition and consumer law requirements

Alex always takes a commercial and practical approach, with a creative flare, and is passionate about bringing her clients’ ideas to life and protecting their assets.

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Posted By , and on 14/04/20 at 3:16 PM

The impact of COVID-19 is affecting the economy left, right and centre, forcing many businesses to think outside the box, rather than relying on business-as-usual considerations – especially when it comes to addressing cash flow issues. Many government entities and regulators are providing guidance and adapting laws (where necessary) in order to assist businesses during … Read more


Posted By , and on 15/03/20 at 9:31 PM

As COVID-19 continues to spread, the impact on businesses becomes  inevitable. We have already started to receive questions from our clients as to how the impact of COVID-19 could affect their contractual obligations. Whilst the extent of the impact of COVID-19 remains uncertain, businesses should look to their commercial contracts to ensure they are covered … Read more