Charlotte joined Keltie in 2008, after graduating from the University of Birmingham with a law degree, qualifying as a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney in 2013 and obtaining the IP Litigation Certificate in 2016. After spending 12 years at Keltie, Charlotte spent four years developing and heading up trade mark practices at London law firms. Charlotte re-joined Keltie in 2023 as Partner of the trade mark practice.
Charlotte acts on behalf of clients in a broad range of industries including cosmetic, beauty, entertainment, finance, insurance, accounting and telecommunications, in respect of trade mark, design, copyright and domain name protection. In particular, Charlotte conducts detailed clearance searches, advises on worldwide filing strategies and the prosecution of trade mark and design applications through to registration, including contentious proceedings, negotiating agreements and representing clients at hearings before the UK Intellectual Property Office.
In addition to advising clients, Charlotte has lectured on trade mark and design matters on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) and has spoken at a number of seminars in relation to all aspects of IP. Charlotte is also an active member of CITMA’s communication committee, regularly writing articles for the CITMA Review, as well as INTA’s Young Practitioners Committee.
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