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IP & Media

Our team provides expert advice on defending, managing and protecting valuable intellectual property and reputational rights across a wide range of industry sectors. They also provide expert advice to the media sector, including advice on film, TV, music and publishing agreements and deals; advertising campaigns, press releases and media regulation.


Trade Mark and Design Attorney

Our IP lawyers have worked on the trademark and design portfolios of some of the most recognisable brands in the world. We have also acted as a white label service for some of the best-known law firms in the UK, USA, Europe, and Asia.

Media law covers a broad range of practice areas, and our lawyers spend a great deal of time advising clients on how to comply with the law. We can help to clear, register, manage, monitor, and defend your trademarks, designs and other IP globally.

Our team is led by one of the few dual qualified solicitor-attorneys in the UK. We aim to provide industry-leading trademark and design solutions.

We offer

  • Global clearance and watching services
  • Global trademark and design registration, management and enforcement
  • Commercial agreements and corporate assistance
  • Portfolio audits
  • Infringement and dispute resolution services
  • Customs advice

Our experience

  • Managing portfolios for blue-chip UK insurance and fashion clients
  • Handling opposition proceedings for UK educational institutions
  • Clearing new clothing products
  • Clearing brands and registering marks for the UK and international clients
  • Conducting litigation and settlement negotiations in relation to Intellectual Property Enterprise Court proceedings
  • Negotiating coexistence agreements in multiple jurisdictions
  • Conducting opposition proceedings in the UKIPO and EUIPO


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