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Trade Marks & Brand Protection

Our trade mark attorneys offer legal support and advice to brand owners in developing, protecting and exploiting their brands on every level. We advise national and global businesses on effective trade mark strategies.

We know that value for money is paramount to our clients and we therefore strive to deliver cost-effect, pragmatic and high-quality advice, in accordance with individual needs and the commercial objectives of the businesses we work with.
We take speedy "cease and desist" action to protect a market position and we devise successful trade mark litigation strategies on a national and international scale including acting before the UK, German and European Courts. Our trade mark services include:
•  searching, clearance and watching
•  filing and prosecution
•  negotiating settlements and drafting agreements
•  portfolio management and reviews
•  domain name and social media disputes
•  design registration and protection
•  copyright protection


World Wide Protection 


Intellectual property rights are limited nationally, which means in practice that you will need specialist help and advice in each country where protection is required. Where we do not have Maucher Jenkins offices, we have spent many years developing a network of associates with specialist knowledge in their own jurisdictions, and we review each one annually for quality and cost.

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