Intellectual property barrister Mark Engelman. Designs. Person designing something.



Many businesses require intellectual property counsel to support their entrepreneurial endeavours, with design rights either registered or unregistered often forming an important part of an intellectual property portfolio. Depending on the circumstances of their creation, design rights can be owner by the designer, their employer, or the individual/company commissioning the design.

Professor Engelman has extensive experience in ensuring the correct commercial contracts in place for the ownership of such rights, specialising in dealing with both contentious and non-contentious design matters and design right disputes. His case for Monsoon sought to protect 7 designs of the famous retailer against copying by Primark.




About Professor Master Mark Engelman BSc (Pharmacol) Dip. Law Barrister

Having begun in research pharmacology, Professor Engelman has worked as an intellectual property barrister since 1989, initially in-house and later at the Bar covering both contentious and non-contentious work in all areas of intellectual property and defamation law. He is a widely trusted intellectual property counsel and has developed an outstanding track record at both UK and European level.

Contact Intellectual Property Barrister - Mark Engelman

For professional legal counsel on intellectual property or defamation, contact Professor Mark Engelman.

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