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Kezia Adams is an experienced intellectual property associate who works closely with clients to solve complex problems. She has significant disputes experience, having acted in disputes involving contracts, trademarks, patents, misuse of confidential information, trade secrets, copyrights, designs, domain names, and trade practices. She has successfully obtained Anton Piller (search) orders and assists clients in responding to investigations by regulators.

Kezia also advises clients on intellectual property and technology transactions, the protection of intellectual property rights (including trademark prosecution), the advertising and marketing of products and services, and the commercialization and licensing of intellectual property.

In addition, Kezia has extensive in-house experience having completed secondments at a major automotive manufacturer and distributor, a leading Australian university, and the Victorian government.


  • Intelligent Monitoring Group acquires Adeva Home SolutionsJones Day is advising Intelligent Monitoring Group Ltd. in the acquisition by subsidiary Mammoth Security Pty Ltd of 100% of Adeva Home Solutions Pty Ltd.
  • WEG acquires industrial electric motors and generators business from Regal Rexnord CorporationJones Day advised WEG S.A. in the $400 million acquisition of the industrial electric motors and generators business of Regal Rexnord Corporation.
  • AURELIUS acquires The Body ShopJones Day advised private equity investor AURELIUS on its acquisition of The Body Shop from Natura & Co S.A.
  • Consilio acquires Lawyers on Demand and SYKEJones Day advised Consilio, Inc. in the acquisition of Lawyers On Demand (LOD), a provider of legal resourcing and SYKE, a legal technology consultancy from Bowmark Capital.
  • Intelligent Monitoring Group acquires ADT security businessJones Day advised ASX-listed Intelligent Monitoring Group Ltd on its A$45 million acquisition of the ADT security monitoring business in Australia and New Zealand (through the acquisition of Tyco Australia Group Pty Ltd) and the associated A$80 million acquisition finance facility and A$17 million equity raising undertaken by accelerated entitlement offer and a top-up placement.