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Maucher Jenkins

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Beijing, Farnham, Freiburg, London, Munich

Katie Cameron

Work +44 (0) 20 7931 7141
Maucher Jenkins

Work Department

Trade marks.


Katie is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, European Trade Mark & Design Attorney.

She has considerable experience handling opposition proceedings before the Community and Trade Marks Office, both in French and German.

She is noted for her expertise in both contentious and non-contentious matters, with a strong focus on trade marks, copyrights, designs and domain names. She assists a broad range of clients including individuals, SMEs and major international corporations with extensive IP portfolios.


Trained Elkington & Fife LLP; qualified 2006; partner 2012. Trainee, Elkington & Fife 1999-2006; associate then partner RGC Jenkins & Co. Current directorships: ITMA Council. Publications of note: ‘No Laughing Matter – Litigating Cartoons in the UK Courts’, 2011. Extended piece of work as part of LLM.


French, German, basic Italian and Spanish.


Katie is a member of CITMA's Governing Council, as well as its Programme and Designs Committees.


Lyon, Diplome des Etudes Juridiques, (1991); University of Essex, (1992 LLB (Hons) English and French Law, 2011 LLM IP Litigation (Distinction)).


In her spare time, Katie enjoys travveling, particularly in the Middle East, and also fencing.

London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

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Maucher Jenkins, formed through the combination of RGC Jenkins & Co and its longstanding German partner firm Maucher Börjes Jenkin, is a pan-European IP firm that advises a range of clients spanning start-ups to FTSE 250 companies and Fortune 500 corporations including Black Entertainment Television, Societé des Produits Nestlé, Tinder, Paramount Pictures Corporation and Brainloop. Katie Cameron has notable experience in handling opposition proceedings before the EUIPO. She is recommended alongside solicitor and chartered trade mark attorney Angela Fox and attorney Tim Pendered, whose practice areas include trade marks, designs and copyright, domain names and who are ‘excellent litigators’.

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