Dr Christine Lund-Beck

Senior Trade Mark Attorney

  • BSc Applied Biology — The Liverpool John Moores University
  • PhD Microbial Biochemistry — Newcastle University
  • Chartered Trade Mark Attorney/Chartered Patent Attorney
  • UK Legal 500 recommended lawyer 2021

Christine has extensive experience in all aspects of trade mark law including the prosecution of national, international and community trade mark applications, including oppositions and appeal board matters. She also has significant experience of contentious issues and transactional work both nationally and internationally. Christine represents trade mark clients in all industry sectors, including publishing, radio broadcasting, clothing, fresh food production and cosmetics.

Christine entered the profession with UDL in 1987.

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Articles by Dr Christine Lund-Beck

Trade marks


The growing benefit of trade mark protection

How IP can help protect horticultural innovation

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Trade marks


Social media influencers — how to stay protected when your name becomes your brand

Learn how trade marks can protect influencers and help to secure more lucrative sponsorship deals.

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Trade marks


Sussex Royal - if at first you don’t succeed…

Seek but you may not find….

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Case studies by Dr Christine Lund-Beck

Case Study

Jump Cross

Equine intervention — protecting the future of a new sport

We helped an experienced equestrian protect the future of his new sport, Jump Cross, by securing IP rights for its name and innovative fence designs.

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Key Publishing Limited

How to register descriptive trade marks

We helped a leading magazine publisher to secure a series of trade mark registrations for supposedly ‘unregistrable’ specialist titles.

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