Post-COVID challenges in trade mark law

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Beverley Robinson is a senior associate and trade mark attorney at Appleyard Lees IP LLPBeverley works with a broad range of clients from start-ups and SME’s to multinational corporations, across a wide variety of industries and has particular experience in the food and beverage and health and beauty sectors. Beverley’s practice includes pre-filing and strategy advice, filing and prosecution, and contentious matters such as oppositions, cancellations and policing and enforcement of rights.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a deleterious effect across the full breadth of the working world. The same is true for the legal sector, and for trade mark law, which is now emerging from the pandemic era in an altered form.

In the September 2022 edition of Lawyer Monthly, senior associate and trade mark attorney Beverley Robinson sheds some light on the effects of the health crisis on trade mark law and IP more broadly, as well as the other trends currently shaping the careers of trade mark attorneys. 

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