Jason has over 10 years’ experience in the IP profession. He regularly advises clients on the ownership, registration, enforceability and exploitation of IP rights.
He has expertise working for clients across a variety of industries in all aspects of trade mark matters, including the management of trade mark portfolios and prosecution of contentious and non-contentious trade mark matters, from global searching and filing programmes, to oppositions, invalidity, revocation and infringement actions.
Jason also advises and assists clients with copyright and design issues, company name and domain name disputes, as well as Border Force, customs and online counterfeit matters.
He graduated with a first-class LLB (Hons) Law degree from Middlesex University in 2011. Having entered the IP profession in 2012, he qualified as a Chartered UK Trade Mark and Design Attorney in 2017.
Jason joined Keltie in 2022 from a specialist IP law firm, where he was responsible for several trade mark portfolios, ranging from small start-ups and medium companies to multinational and FTSE100 companies. Jason was listed as a “future star” in the WTR 2022.
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