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Maucher Jenkins

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Angela Fox

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Trade marks and litigation.


Angela is a UK Registered Trade Mark Attorney, Solicitor, Higher Courts Litigator and Advocate, European Trade Mark & Design Attorney, Attorney-at-Law, New York.

The author of Intellectual Property Enterprise Court: Practice & Procedure, Angela has a strong focus on intellectual property litigation and matters involving trade marks and domain names. She acts for clients on disputes, brand protection, strategy and enforcement as well as clearing and protecting trade marks. She has extensive experience in handling domain name and company name disputes as well as mandates related to trade mark infringement. She is further noted for handling litigation, advocacy, opinion and advisory work.

Angela is a contributor to the firm's trade mark magazine, ‘Make Your Mark’.


Trained Clifford Chance; qualified trade mark attorney 1998; New York Bar 2002; solicitor 2003; solicitor advocate 2005. Previously with Clifford Chance; joined Jenkins in 2004; partner 2012.


Spanish, German.


Angela serves as a domain name panelist for the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Arbitration and Mediation Center. Angela is a member of the Laws & Practice Committee of the UK Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys. Angela is also an attorney-at-law in the US, being admitted to the New York bar.


Washington Collge, (1993 BA (Hons)); Oxford University, (1995 MSt); University of London, (2001 LLB (Hons)).

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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