Private Practice

Chartered Trade Mark Lawyer

Chartered Trade Mark Lawyer

  • About the Firm: Osborne Clarke is an international legal practice headquartered in London, England with offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and the United States.
  • About the Role: We have an opportunity for a qualified Chartered Trade Mark Attorney to join our highly regarded IP Disputes team in London.
  • Looking for: Among your many attributes we are looking to secure your sound knowledge of UK and EU trade mark law and procedure; your experience of managing, or assisting with the management of, large trade mark portfolios; and your excellent time management and attention to detail.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, trade mark portfolio management, including advice on branding strategy; clearance searching and advice on overcoming third party rights; and trade mark prosecution, including preparation of arguments, evidence and submissions and attendance at hearings;
  • And more: The team have seen significant growth over recent years and this role offers an opportunity to be involved in varied and multi-disciplinary work, often with an international focus. Our collegiate and supportive culture makes it an extremely rewarding place to work.

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