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Trade Marks

Your brand is an integral part of who you are. It is also one of your business’ most valuable assets.  It is therefore vital you protect all of these assets against potential misuse. 

One way to establish that level of protection is to register a trade mark in the countries that are important to you.  Generally trade mark rights are registered on a country-by-country basis but you can also choose to file a European Union trade mark (EUTM) - formerly known as a Community trade mark (CTM) - which will offer you protection throughout the EU. 

The majority of our team have come from senior positions within large multinational law firms so offer substantial experience in handling UK and EUTM applications and oppositions in the same areas.  

We know every client’s needs are different so we are dedicated to being totally flexible in terms of workflow and billing so that you always receive exactly what you need in the way that suits you best. 

Our trade mark attorneys have a wealth of experience in relation to the protection and registration of trade marks in a large number of fields including: beverage, tobacco, food, confectionery, film and TV, entertainment, pharmaceutical, financial, automobile, engineering, publishing, software and hardware, insurance, food, consumer products and aeronautical industries.  

We can help you with:

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Filing and Registration
Opposition and Cancellation Proceedings
Disputes
Portfolio Maintenance and Review

Meet the team
Chris McLeod
Partner
Chris McLeod is a registered trade mark attorney and an authorised representative at the EUIPO, with over 30 years' experience.
Peter Charlton
Partner
Peter has over 30 years experience dealing with contentious Patent and Trade Mark issues.
Daniel Sullivan
Associate
Daniel joined Elkington and Fife in 2016 as a Registered Trade Mark Attorney dealing with all aspects of trade mark law and practice.
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Whilst our work spans a wide range of subject areas, the majority falls within the following sectors: