Katherine Voukidis

Senior Associate

Katherine is a Senior Associate at Sainty Law who specialises in intellectual property, digital, commercial and contract law.

Katherine advises clients on legal issues affecting commercial activities and strategic projects, including intellectual property, contract, commercial, technology, regulatory, consumer, and privacy matters. She provides concise, accessible, and practical advice to clients operating across a range of industries, in particular, media, technology and communications. This includes broadcasters, entertainment and technology companies, consumer advocacy bodies, not-for-profit organisations, and individuals.

Notable matters Katherine has recently advised on include:

  • the request for tender, evaluation, contracting, and appointment of the registry operator of the .au domain namespace;
  • intellectual property commercialisation and dispute resolution;
  • data sharing arrangements between organisations and advertisers;
  • providing consumer law, Spam Act 2003 (Cth), and related general commercial advice in relation to websites, online forms, and marketing collateral;
  • knowledge, precedent and workflow management, including drafting and automating templates and workflows;
  • privacy compliance, including conducting audits and establishing internal compliance frameworks; and
  • governance arrangements and grant agreements for research and advocacy projects.

Katherine previously worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, advising on:

  • the production, acquisition and exploitation of content, including music, films, television programs, podcasts, publications, and other content;
  • knowledge, precedent and workflow management; and
  • strategic partnerships.

Katherine holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business (Marketing) with Distinction from the University of Technology, Sydney. She attained her AMusA in cello performance in 2013.

Outside of work at Sainty Law, Katherine is passionate about all things media. She is a volunteer lawyer with the Arts Law Centre of Australia, and regularly performs with community orchestras.