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Maucher Jenkins

Work 020 7931 7141
Fax 020 7222 4660
Beijing, Farnham, Freiburg, London, Munich

Angela Fox

Work 020 7931 7141
Maucher Jenkins

Work Department

Trade marks and litigation.


Partner in the firm’s trademarks and dispute resolution groups. Specialising in intellectual property matters involving trademarks and domain names and counsels on disputes, brand protection, strategy and enforcement. Has extensive experience in clearing and protecting trademarks, handling domain name disputes and matters relating to trademark infringement and passing off, including litigation, advocacy, opinion and advisory work. A solicitor and Higher Courts litigator and advocate, and also serves as a domain name panellist for the World Intellectual Property Organisation (‘WIPO’) Arbitration and Mediation Centre. An active member of the Laws and Practice Committee of the UK Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and represents the Institute on the users committees for the Patents Court and Patents County Court. Also an attorney-at-law in the US, being admitted to the bar of the state of New York.


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.


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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RGC Jenkins & Co acts for a global client base and a number of FTSE 100 companies. Angela Fox recently acted for Nestlé on its high-profile opposition to Cadbury’s UK’s trade mark application for “Cadbury Purple”. She also acted for DC Comics and Marvel Characters in various trade mark disputes in the UK. Stephen James and Katie Cameron are also recommended.

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