Four key considerations to help you decide whether you should trade mark the name of your business.
Chris acts for a variety of clients across a wide range of commercial sectors. He regularly advises clients on all aspects of trade mark law and always endeavours to adopt a pragmatic commercial approach to every case he’s involved with. His background in economics means that Chris deeply appreciates the business need to remain competitive in the global marketplace. He always strives to provide clients with the best advice, so that they may effectively protect and enforce their brands on the international stage. Chris qualified as a Trade Mark Attorney in 2018.
EU customs warehousing provides no safe harbour for ‘debranding’ importers.