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Brand protection

For international businesses it is important to have a sophisticated approach to the protection of their brand assets

International trade is a proven route to greater corporate profitability and efficiency, but brand holders will need a more sophisticated approach to protection of their brand assets than may be the case with domestic business.

We have a track record acting for clients in shaping protective strategies for brand and intellectual property, including also acting in infringement matters regarding trademarks, copyright, designs, proprietary information and passing off / unfair competition.

These days such disputes are often international and where the case requires it, we call upon our international resources within Warwick Legal Network and elsewhere through our carefully selected partners

Articles related to
dispute resolution

Scullion -v- Bank of Scotland Plc (trading as Colleys) – [2010] EWHC 2253 (Ch)