Featured Member: Sharon Givoni

I found my first Little Black Dress dinner with Janine totally inspiring.  It was comforting to be with a group of women that I do not see on a day to day basis as they gave intelligent objective insight into certain matters that we discussed and it felt that we could talk openly and yet in a respectful private atmosphere. On the business side of things, I was impressed with the calibre of achievements of the group – each with their own story to tell and the sort of people that seem to put their words to action rather than just talk. The food was great – the company was great and Janine’s famous unique and scrumptious trademarked cocktail was a great way to start the night! Can’t wait to attend the next one. Thank you Janine.

Sharon Givoni

Sharon Givoni Consulting is an intellectual property law and commercial law firm that has now been in existence for some 12 years.

Sharon named her legal practise using the word “Consulting” rather than “law firm” to make the firm more accessible. That  she has done, attracting  small and medium businesses as well public companies with no challenge too hard.

Sharon thrives in helping businesses protect their ideas – and turning those ideas into assets whether it’s via trade mark, copyright advice or otherwise.

Sharon has a proactive approach and always tries to check that the client has all avenues covered rather than just address the problem on its own. Having been trained at one of Melbourne’s six top law firms, Sharon has carved out a reputation for herself as an IP Lawyer Australia-wide with clients overseas as well.

She has been invited to speak at conferences all around Australia and as a key note speaker and written for many publications on legal issues affecting businesses including in the areas of food, fashion, gifts, services, coaching and more. She has been interview on Today Tonight earlier this year and on ABC radio on numerous occasions.

Being a business woman herself, she relates to women in business and hopes to contribute meaningfully to Little Black Dress Group. Her website is located at www.sharongivoni.com.au. If you have a legal question on IP law there is a lot of basic information as a starting point on her site.

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