UK trade mark and design attorney
International Intellectual Property Law LLM (2011); Trade Mark Law and Practice B (2015); Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice (2016)
Harry is a UK Chartered trade mark and design attorney and has been practising since 2014. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA). Harry has experience working with a range of clients, from SMEs to multinationals, in relation to trade mark and wider IP matters around the world. He is a commercially-astute attorney having assisted many corporate clients in his role prior to joining the firm. Additionally, his main areas of practice are trade mark clearance, prosecution, contentious and post-registration matters, as well as portfolio management.
Harry has gained experience in global law firms advising on filing and prosecution of trade marks, post-registration matters and third-party conflicts, as well as copyright, design protection, domain names and domain name disputes. He also provides pre-filing advice which includes brand clearance searches and guidance on the adoption of new brands.
Harry has an honours degree in Biology from the University of Southampton, following which he obtained a master’s degree in International Intellectual Property Law at Brunel University, which included a distinction in his dissertation. Harry qualified as a UK Chartered and European trade mark and design attorney in 2016.
Memberships & organisations
Ordinary Member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA)
Food & beverage
IT & software
Manufacturing, engineering & automotive
TV, creative & media
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