Effective patent and trademark management comes with its own distinctive challenges. When coupled with the uncertainty and fluidity of Brexit, many IP professionals have found themselves stymied as to how they should plan and proceed.
The advent of Brexit brings distinct implications for patents and trademarks that need to be understood and considered. This webinar will provide the latest information on the status, notable changes and implications of Brexit for IP owners. It will also offer guidance on preparing and planning for these changes, including approaches and strategies to protect and maximise your valuable IP assets.
This webinar will be ideal for anyone engaged in the oversight – both administrative and strategic – of patent or trademark portfolios.
Managing Director, Patents
Eric Siecker is managing director, patents at Novagraaf UK and is a registered European patent attorney, a UK chartered patent attorney and a UK chartered trademark attorney. He spent 15 years working in-house before joining Novagraaf, enabling him to bring a strong commercial focus to his work with clients. He leads the Novagraaf patent business in the United Kingdom and is experienced across a broad range of technologies, with particularly deep expertise in all aspects relating to construction and agricultural machinery, mining equipment, marine propulsion, diesel and gas engines and associated power systems.
Chartered Trademark Attorney
Claire Jones is a UK chartered trademark attorney with over five years' experience in trademark law. She focuses predominantly on trademark prosecution, trademark filing strategies and portfolio management, as well as the resolution of national and international trademark disputes. She specialises in the protection and enforcement of trademarks for both national and international clients in a wide range of industries, including the automotive, confectionery, cosmetics, food and drink, and fashion sectors.