Intellectual property barrister Mark Engelman. Trademarks. Laptop looking at trademark info.



As the owner of a brand, you will require legal advice regarding the creation, protection, exploitation and enforcement of trademarks – an essential aspect of a successful business with its own image. Registering your trademark gives you the legal right to prevent others from using or registering your mark, or a similar mark, for the goods or services for which it has been formally registered. His lead case in Europe on dilution, Intel v CPM, is cited in thousands of cases within the Member States of the Union.

Professor Engelman provides the specific assistance you need to protect and enforce your brand in an increasingly competitive marketplace. He advises individuals and companies across all matters pertaining to trademark rights and related rights, such as clearance searches, registrability issues, branding and franchise agreements, coordination and management of trademark fillings, along with disputes and litigation. He has advised in the global orchestration of numerous well known brands such as Dunlop, Slazenger, The Body Shop, Specsavers, etc.




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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