Wildbore & Gibbons LLP are delighted to announce that Sarah Talland has become a partner in the firm as of July 2016.
“Sarah has been an integral member of the team and an invaluable colleague since joining the firm and her promotion is fully deserved” said Janella Barr, partner at the firm.
Sarah read law at Cambridge before joining the firm in 2011 and says “I very much look forward to my new role at such an exciting time in the growth of the firm and our client base”
Wildbore & Gibbons are one of the longest established Trade Mark firms in the UK tracing their roots back to 1887.
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Expanding businesses often find themselves developing new market places across the world. Planning all the elements of an export strategy can often leave brand protection until last. We advise a trade mark audit and brand protection review as a crucial aspect of any export strategy.
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The process of leaving the EU, which is set out in Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, will be a slow process of negotiation and take several years. The result of the referendum has no impact on Intellectual Property and Trade Mark rights in the short term and European Union law will continue to have effect in the UK. EU Trade Marks and Registered Community Designs will continue to be valid in the UK.
We will be keeping all our clients, contacts and associates across the world regularly up to date on any changing issues which may have an impact on their Trade Mark portfolios.