Anthony Muratore


Jones Day
Aurora Place, Level 41
88 Phillip Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

Tel: +61.2.8272.0528
Fax: +61.2.8272.0599


Anthony Muratore has practiced in the intellectual property law field for the major part of his legal career. He has established a reputation acting as the Australian member of global teams representing clients in complex, multijurisdictional patent disputes since 1982.

Anthony has acted in a range of matters involving biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, mechanical engineering, chemistry, and information technology. In the biotechnology and health care fields, he has acted in matters involving patents relating to drug formulation, transdermal drug delivery devices, synthetic nucleotides, sterility assurance, gene silencing, photodynamic therapy, contact lenses, and CPAP for the treatment of sleep apnea.

Anthony is consistently ranked as a leading Australian practitioner in the intellectual property field including as a “leading individual” by Chambers Global. He was named in the 2008 and 2009 Best Lawyers list for biotechnology and intellectual property. Anthony is on the WIPO list of arbitrators and is a member and past chairman of the Intellectual Property Law subcommittee of the Law Council of Australia.

As one of few global firms with a full-service IP Practice, and operating as One Firm Worldwide, Jones Day provides clients with access to IP lawyers in the United States, Europe, and Asia who are experienced in litigation, prosecution, licensing and technology transfer, and IP counseling.

With nearly 230 lawyers, many of whom have advanced degrees and industry experience in cutting-edge scientific disciplines, we have the “bench strength” and depth to handle any IP issue imaginable. Moreover, in this new economic age in which financial responsibility and “no surprises” are now facts of life in the world of corporate legal budgets, we take great pride in working with in-house IP counsel to achieve their desired results in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Thus, it is not surprising that brand name companies in the U.S. and around the globe, including many Fortune 500 companies, have turned to Jones Day to solve their IP problems and to protect, enhance, and maximize the value of their global IP assets.

In addition, Jones Day Intellectual Property Agency (Beijing) Co., Ltd. is licensed to handle a wide range of copyright, trademark, and other non-patent intellectual property matters in China.

Jones Day, a legal institution with more than 2,400 lawyers on five continents, is based on a set of core principles – the most critical of which is a relentless focus on client service that transcends individual interests. We are One Firm Worldwide.

We are organized as a true partnership, and it operates as such; we are not an LLP or LLC or some other quasi-corporate entity. We see ourselves as a global legal institution based on a set of principles to which a large number of men and women can commit – principles that have a social purpose and permanence, that transcend individual interests. While this may well be a more sociological description than you would see on most law firm web sites, and no doubt is subject to a skeptical reaction from many when they first read or hear it, we believe it accurately describes one important aspect of what makes Jones Day the client service organization that it is.

Commentators observe that Anthony Muratore of Jones Day is an “active player” in this market.
Chambers Asia Pacific, 2014