Trademark Issues

We offer smart trademark infringement and dispute services to clients at a cost effective rate.

Trademark Infringement Solicitors

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The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) and/or the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) will not police trade marks for owners.

It is up to the owners of trade marks to oppose any applications they feel encroach on their trade mark and damage their business. We therefore recommend setting up a Watching Service to protect your trade marks as this will alert us to any conflicting trade mark application. We can also apply this to company registrations and domain name registrations to give your trade mark additional protection.

These watching services can be tailored to countries of interest to you.

The Watch Service allows us to react swiftly to competitors who try to register an identical or confusingly similar trade marks to yours. We can then send Cease and Desist letters, make representations to the UKIPO and OHIM, or issue court proceedings against people trying to weaken your trade mark and damage your brand.

We can guide you in the protection and subsequent strengthening of your trade mark rights.

Our Legal Team

Ian Freeman

Ian launched and developed the IP department of the firm in conjunction with the largest IP firm in the US. He has a great understanding of IP matters including copyright law.

Abdul Hafezi

Abdul carries out a broad range of legal work which include trademark protection and infringement.

Talha Fazlani

Talha has been working as a litigator assisting a range of client with their intellectual property matters.

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Trademark Infringement Fees

Trademark Cease & Desist LetterFrom £250£50From £300
Trademark Advice£150£30£180
Trademark Infringement £250 hourly rate£50£300 hourly rate
Trademark Notice£800£160£960

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