Maucher Jenkins has built a team of outstanding professionals, recognised experts in intellectual property law, science and technology, working across multiple industry sectors and legal jurisdictions.
Solicitor (England and Wales)
BSc (Hons) Degree, Class 2:1, in Applied Psychology from Durham University; GDL with commendation & LL.B from BPP Law School; LPC with Distinction from BPP Law School; Post Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property with Distinction
Stephanie is a solicitor in the firm’s Trade Mark and Litigation & Dispute Resolution groups. Stephanie advises clients on disputes, brand protection, IP strategy and enforcement. She regularly deals with, and advises on, intellectual property disputes covering trade mark infringement and passing off, and regularly handles oppositions before the UKIPO and EUIPO, as well as domain name disputes before WIPO and Nominet.
Stephanie is also experienced in advising on and drafting IP-related commercial contracts, such as assignments, licenses and non-disclosure agreements.
Prior to joining Maucher Jenkins, Stephanie trained and worked at a West End law firm where she specialised in general commercial and intellectual property litigation. She has managed County Court and High Court claims ranging from small claims to multi-track claims worth in excess of £3.5 million, from pre-action through to final hearing or settlement. Stephanie gained extensive experience of handling contractual disputes, including the construction of vague clauses in commercial contracts and worked with a range of organisations from SMEs to large corporations in the FMCG, fashion, leisure and entertainment sectors.
Stephanie has also worked with organisations such as Own It and PRS For Music advising on intellectual property matters.
Before choosing her legal specialism, Stephanie worked with an American law firm, based in both Arizona and Seattle, and co-authored a paper which was presented to the Arizona Bar Association reconciling the legal position on cancellation of debt income tax liability.
Stephanie is a member of the European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA).
Please see our Recent Cases page for further cases handled by our Intellectual Property Litigation & Dispute Resolution Team.
In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys Adventure Travel - combining travelling with activities such as skiing, surfing and rafting. She also enjoys photography, reading, Formula 1 motorsport and teaching her young son how to swim.