Qualified Trade Mark Attorney

Position
Qualified Trade Mark Attorney


Recruiter
Fellows and Associates


Location
London


Salary
Competitive


Date
28 July


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A leading practice requires a qualified trade mark attorney to join their highly regarded brand protection and trade marks team in their impressive offices in London. You will work directly with clients based all over the world and be responsible for the full spectrum of trade mark work including drafting, filing and prosecution, searches, portfolio management; as well as more contentious issues such as UK and CTM oppositions and cancellation actions, infringement and anti-counterfeiting issues.

The team is highly commercial and works with clients across the food and beverage, sports equipment, clothing and fashion, media and entertainment, toys, and financial services industries. You will offer strategic and pragmatic advice to the firm’s already established client base, as well as taking the opportunity to build your own practice to complement your areas of interest through various business development initiatives. The working environment is collegiate and collaborative, with regular team meetings and seminars allowing trainees, fellow fee earners and Partners to share knowledge and discuss recent and ongoing cases.

Ideal candidates will have at least four years’ experience (in total) working in trade marks and will be qualified as either a UK or European trade mark attorney (or both).
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