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Intellectual property in South West

Ashfords LLP

With a sizeable team and a ‘solid contentious and non-contentious understanding’, Ashfords LLP administers global trade mark portfolios for a host of high-profile clients. The practice is a popular choice for companies looking to register and maintain IP rights as well as engage in prosecution and invalidity proceedings. Working closely with the firm’s corporate and private equity teams, the practice also counts transactional IP work among its areas of strength. Carl Steele is the practice head and has particular experience in the retail goods and services, and consumer brand sectors. Brand protection, portfolio management and enforcement actions are part of Clare Jackman‘s advisory portfolio. Mark Lomas retired in 2022, while Andrew Braithwaite left for an in-house position in the same year.

Practice head(s):

Carl Steele

Other key lawyers:

Clare Jackman; Daniel Cahill


‘We’ve found Carl and his team to be highly knowledgeable, very responsive and commercial IP specialists. They take the time to give well-rounded advice tailored to the interests of our business.’

‘Ashfords LLP covers a wide range of IP issues for our clients, particularly on the enforcement side of the practice. They have a team approach so that nothing is left to the last minute with instructions.’

‘Clare Jackman is extremely thoughtful in her approach to infringement. She works with an excellent team so we are never concerned as our files are in good hands.’

‘Clare Jackman is a seasoned trade mark lawyer. Her advice is always timely and on point.’

‘Daniel Cahill is extremely responsive and gives straight forward commercially minded legal advice. He presents the overall legal picture clearly, has good judgement and is not scared to offer his view on the best way forward.’

‘Clare Jackman has extensive experience plus a Big Law background. Clare is a practical and responsive attorney who is willing to take a pragmatic, business minded approach to a legal matter.’

‘Solid contentious and non-contentious understanding – across registrations/renewals and disputes.’

‘Clare Jackman and Daniel Cahill are trusted advisers – they are on top of the detail, so we don’t have to worry as in-house counsel. They also have a good understanding of our business and how we want the trade mark portfolio to operate.’

Key clients


Shazam Productions Limited

The Roald Dahl Story Company

Jack Daniels

Majestic Wine

J W Anderson


Post Office

The Brand Architekts PLC

Aardman Animations



What3words Limited

Pancho Music Inc.


IOP Publishing Limited

London Grid for Learning

The Collecting Group Limited

Gaia Fertility

Young Spirits Limited

People Group Services Limited

Work highlights

  • Acted for Shazam Productions Limited in respect of successful court proceedings for copyright infringement and passing-off against unlicensed third parties that produced and performed an unlicensed “Only Fools & Horses”.
  • Advised Fontaine Limited regarding an anti-counterfeiting strategy and approach.
  • Acted for Jack Daniel’s Properties Inc to urgently clear for use in trade 17 slogans and advertising strap lines for its Christmas advertising campaign.

Burges Salmon LLP

Burges Salmon LLP has a broad intellectual property offering that covers strategic advice, brand enforcement, and IP litigation, and is a popular choice for high-profile clients such as the BBC and Starbucks. The Bristol-based practice is headed up by the ‘immensely commercial’ Jeremy Dickerson, who manages portfolios and acts in disputes for national and global brands from various sectors. Helen Scott-Lawler is a go-to adviser for clients in non-contentious matters, while Emily Roberts is particularly experienced in disputes, including those pertaining to breach of confidence, designs, and trade marks. Georgina Shaw left the firm for an in-house position in June 2022.

Practice head(s):

Jeremy Dickerson

Other key lawyers:

Emily Roberts; Helen Scott-Lawler; Chloe Perea-Poole; Richard Hugo


‘Offer an all round service for IP, providing really commercial, strategic advice.’

‘Jeremy Dickerson – immensely commercial, knows the law inside out, takes a really hands on approach to cases and is always available.’

‘Tough negotiator Emily Roberts – clear thinker, provides really sound advice, extremely bright.’

‘Jeremy Dickerson has a solid team that is well staffed and extremely responsive. Very good at keeping up with deadlines, sending reminders in advance and ensuring deadlines are met.’

‘Expert knowledge, excellent client service.’

‘Jeremy Dickerson is a star. He runs a tight and very reliable team.’

‘The uniqueness of this practice comes from the approachability of its team members. All team members come across as friendly, supportive and patient with even the silliest of queries.’

‘The team seems to operate seamlessly; the main point of contact is the associate, but they will be appropriately supported by the partner or the trade mark paralegal.’

Key clients

Ordnance Survey


BBC and BBC Studios Ltd


Discovery, Inc (Discovery Channel and Eurosport)

Starbucks Corporation

Victoria’s Secret/PINK

Bath & Body Works





Harbour Energy PLC


GWR / FirstGroup


Santa Barbara Polo Club

Work highlights

  • Obtaining positive judgements for the Santa Barbara Polo Club in High Court and Court of Appeal trade mark infringement proceedings.
  • Advising the BBC and BBC Studios on all UK and EU trade mark applications and registrations as sole counsel.
  • Acting as trade mark counsel to a number of US brands including Starbucks, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, and Discovery, advising on clearance, portfolio management, and enforcement.

Osborne Clarke LLP

The IP group at Osborne Clarke LLP, known for its sector-focused approach, is seamlessly integrated into the firm’s wider commercial offering and provides a one-stop shop for an enviable client roster. Technology and digital business, defence, and food and drink are a few of the practice’s core sectors which benefit from the team’s in-depth experience in both contentious and non-contentious matters. Clare Robinson, whose IP expertise is complemented by a strong understanding of commercial disputes, leads the Bristol-based team. The use of IP rights in the technology and defence sectors constitutes areas of focus for Douglas Peden. Technology specialist Will Robertson and associate director Becky Crawford are further core members of the practice.

Practice head(s):

Clare Robinson

Other key lawyers:

Will Robertson; Tom Harding; Becky Crawford; Douglas Peden


‘Clare Robinson epitomises the qualities of the team, providing quick, excellent and practical advice.’

‘They provide excellent, practical advice.’

‘Good knowledge of the defence sector and hands on, dedicated service.’

‘Douglas Peden – very practical, hard working, easy to get hold of.’

Key clients

Hauschild GmbH & Co. KG

XP Power

Brompton Technologies Limited and group companies

Danone Holdings UK


A-Gas (Orb) Limited


Transition Pathway Initiative

BPE Solicitors LLP

BPE Solicitors LLP is renowned for its strength in contentious and non-contentious copyright, trade mark and design rights matters, where the group handles portfolios on a national and global level. Practice head Riyaz Jariwalla is a commercial litigation specialist with a focus on IP whose know-how extends to the telecoms, fashion and manufacturing sectors.

Practice head(s):

Riyaz Jariwalla

Key clients

SOHO Coffee

EVCL Downton

Open Data Institute

Weird Fish

Probolt Fasteners


Gloucester Rugby


Neptune Rum


Cheltenham Festivals

Pure Gym

Agria Pet Insurance

Work highlights

  • Advising UCAS on the protection of a new software application involving multiple jurisdictions.
  • Advising Travellocal/Trip.me in relation to new branding to ensure that it was possible to protect it in key target markets/countries.
  • Advising Cheltenham Festivals in relation to contracts with international media companies to allow a hybrid festival to be staged during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Humphreys & Co.

Humphreys & Co. continues to have a vibrant practice in the IP space, where the firm’s experience spans trade marks, copyright and designs. With a diverse client portfolio that includes a number of international household names, the practice is well situated to manage and defend global IP portfolios across a range of sectors including the electronics, retail, education, and finance industries. The team consists of practice head Robert Humphreys, the ‘well-prepared’ Tristan Morse, and senior associate Ruth Annand.

Practice head(s):

Robert Humphreys

Other key lawyers:

Tristan Morse; Ruth Annand


‘What I appreciate most about them is their people.’

‘I am genuinely impressed with the intellectual property knowledge, experience and honesty that all staff have at Humphreys & Co.’

‘I have dealt with one individual, Tristan Morse. Very good process of business.’

‘As regards their technology and collaboration, everything works flawlessly and I’ve never encountered a problem.’

‘Tristan Morse is always well-prepared and provides accurate and succinct answers to my questions. In my experience, it’s hard to find experienced solicitors that demonstrate this level of professionalism and openness.’

‘Professionalism, accuracy, speed and honesty.’

‘Tristan Morse is easy to work with and does a great job.’

Michelmores LLP

At Michelmores LLP, the IP practice has a strong presence in the South West but also advises international clients in contentious and non-contentious matters. With strong capabilities in the food and drink as well as consumer brands sectors, the team works closely together with the firm’s corporate practice to advise on the IP aspects of transactions. David Thompson, who is particularly well versed in dealing with clients from the food and drink sector, and Charles Courtenay, whose experience includes cross-border, finance, and technology matters, act as joint practice heads. Brand protection and IP transactions are areas of expertise for associate Philippa Collison.

Practice head(s):

David Thompson; Charles Courtenay

Other key lawyers:

Tom Torkar; Philippa Collison


‘They provide an excellent service to their clients and have expertise across the legal sectors.’

‘The team know our business inside out, and are always willing to assist. They often feel like an extension to our current legal team, which is how you want to feel about external providers.’

‘Tom Torkar is always a stand-out partner. His knowledge of our business is invaluable, and his work is of extremely high quality (as is the work of associates who work with him).’

‘I find Michelmores excellent to work with, the best compliment I can pay is that I see the team as an extension of my internal team.’

‘Tom Torkar is commercially astute, pragmatic and knowledgeable in his advice.’

Key clients

Centek Limited

Sycurio Limited

Landmark Information Group Limited

Muck Truck UK Limited

Emma Bridgewater Limited

Kit Heath Limited

Holland & Barrett

South West Grid for Learning Trust

Forestry Commission

Wandle Learning Trust

Work highlights

  • Advised SWGfL (operators of the Revenge Porn Helpline) in relation to the development of a standalone platform, in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), which will be a central hub for victims to report harmful, abusive or inappropriate online content.
  • Instructed by Centek and its US parent company, Madison, to obtain an urgent without notice injunction in 2019 and have since been successful in contempt proceedings and obtained final judgement in the High Court in March 2022.
  • Advising the Forestry Commission in relation to its Camping in the Forest branded business, previously operated as a joint venture alongside The Camping and Caravanning Club.

Foot Anstey

Geared towards assisting companies with registering, enforcing and protecting IP rights, Foot Anstey is a popular choice for both regional and international clients. The practice is split across the firm’s Bristol, Exeter and Southampton offices, and is led by IP specialist Paul Cox. Peter Singfield has in-depth expertise in the media sector, while legal director Annalisa Checchi has longstanding experience in the non-contentious IP space.

Practice head(s):

Paul Cox

Other key lawyers:

Annalisa Checchi; Peter Singfield; Hannah Batten


‘Foot Anstey LLP are an excellent firm that have high quality clients. They are responsive and collaborate seamlessly across many jurisdictions.’

‘Paul Cox is a rainmaker.’

‘This is a medium-sized firm which gets a good balance between the technical knowledge whilst still feeling personal in its relationships and agile to react to client needs.’

‘The practice is led by Paul Cox who is a very experienced IP lawyer and is able to handle matters efficiently and cost effectively.’

‘Paul Cox is excellent. His knowledge of IP is first-rate and he uses this to help clients secure the best results. He has developed a team to rival any other firm.’

‘The team are exceptionally knowledgeable and are able to offer a number of potential solutions based on the outcome required. The solutions take into account all possible outcomes, giving a fair and unbiased assessment.’

‘The partner I am working with is quick to respond, knowledgeable and empathetic.’

Key clients

Wise Payments Limited

H. Weston & Sons Limited

Pay.UK Limited

Helly Hansen Group

FRP Advisory Group PLC

Chivas Brothers International Limited

eXmoor Pharma Concepts Limited

Greenfort – Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwalten mbB

Lignosi Limited

Tower Property Developments Limited (trading as Tower Green Holdings)

Thrings LLP

With a ‘very knowledgeable team’ and ‘sound advice’, Thrings LLP remains a go-to outfit for SMEs in the South West, though the firm also attracts a range of instructions from international clients, including those hailing from Canada and China. Megan Jefferies leads the practice and is particularly well versed in data protection and IP litigation, where she has appeared before UK and EU intellectual property authorities.

Practice head(s):

Megan Jefferies


‘Megan Jefferies is really impressive. She has excellent judgement, and a cool head in a crisis.’

‘The Thrings team are very responsible, friendly and provide good sound advice (including with a strategic outlook).’

‘I primarily work with Megan Jefferies who is a brilliant lawyer and someone who always brings a strategic outlook to her advice. She is also very friendly and communicates well.’

‘The team is responsive and experienced.’

‘A very knowledgeable team able to guide you through the difficult area of IP and the application processes.’

‘Megan Jefferies has looked after our trade mark work for a number of years and has always given excellent service.’

‘Megan Jefferies is a very genuine person, efficient and reliable, helpful and above all collaborative. She is a pleasure to work with.’

‘The partner kept us abreast of the situation at all times.’

Key clients

Lovehoney Group Limited

Miller Harris Fragrances Limited

Kenro Limited

AB Dynamics Plc

TrueSpeed Communications Limited

Wildanet Limited

Lyn Michel Limited (Perfumer H)

GS Yuasa Battery Sales (UK) Limited

Procurri Europe Limited

Clarendon Speciality Fasteners Limited (a division of Diploma Plc)

Work highlights

  • Advising Miller Harris on its global trade mark and design right portfolio.
  • Advised Wildanet on its brand protection strategy in the UK and followed up with a number of trade mark registrations.
  • Advised a further education specialist in relation to a spate of data breach claims.

Keystone Law

From small businesses to international corporations, Keystone Law offers assistance with dispute resolution and strategic advice on all IP rights, including trade marks, patents and designs. Jessica Bent is a go-to adviser for clients from the creative, digital, and technology sectors, while Charlie White is well versed in commercial and IP arrangements.

Other key lawyers:

Charlie White; Jessica Bent


‘Jessica Bent is very experienced in her field and offers a fantastic service to clients. She is pragmatic and commercial in her advice.’

‘Jessica Bent has been outstanding in all relevant and necessary areas.’

‘Jessica Bent is extremely knowledgeable, has many years of experience in the sector and is very reliable.’

‘Keystone Law has advised this specialist process analyser company on various intellectual property issues. The scope of advice has covered the subsistence of intellectual property rights in analysers and components and intellectual property escrow agreements.’

‘Jessica Bent has always provided a good service with a pragmatic and business-focused approach.’

‘Excellent, good value and commercial legal advice, which is easy to access.’

‘Jessica Bent assisted us with our contract negotiation providing clear, sensible, commercial advice on the contract wording, aims and solutions. Great outcome was achieved.’

‘Great communication. Full understanding of our needs.’

Key clients

Adam Matthew Digital Limited

Anglia Home Furnishings Limited

Bath Spa University

Bitmap Books Ltd

Blubolt Limited

Carbohydrate Synthesis Limited

Exabel SA

Icon Scientific Limited

Nature’s Finest Food Products Ltd

Nevaya Limited

Octavius Infrastructure Limited

SmartRecruiters Inc

Stormjar Limited

The Coconut Collaborative Ltd

Work highlights

  • Advising Adam Matthew on its licensing agreements with archival institutions, as well as advising on and assisting on negotiations with various customer facing agreements.
  • Advising Bitmap Books on a variety of matters including content licensing and publishing agreements it enters into with publishers and contributors, and specific advice on the fair dealing exception in copyright.
  • Advised Icon Scientific Limited on various intellectual property subsistence issues, licensing agreements, non-disclosure and R&D agreements.

Stephens Scown LLP

Stephens Scown LLP is known for its vibrant trade mark practice, where the firm handles portfolios for both domestic and international clients. The team has further specialisms in a number of IP-related topics, such as influencer marketing, IP audits, and dispute resolution. Following the departure of Ben Travers to Knights PLC in November 2022, Thomas Chartres-Moore took over as practice head; he regularly advises clients within the food and drink sector.

Practice head(s):

Thomas Chartres-Moore

Other key lawyers:

Amy Ralston


‘We feel like the team at the practice really know and understand our business, brand and are keen advocates for what we do.’

‘It’s this personal feel that really makes us want to work with them, as well as being able to access a wide range of expertise due to the size of the practice, you always know you have the best in that field working with you.’

‘Amy Ralston offers up guidance in ways we understand and we know she has our best interests at heart rather than any corporate motive.’

Key clients

Thatchers Cider Company Limited

Outreach Agency Limited

Engage Hub MCR Limited

Alaabi Ltd

University of Plymouth


Harbour Brewery

The Positive Birth Company

Kiddiwhizz Ltd


Blue-chip companies, startups, and regional businesses instruct TLT on the full range of IP matters. The practice works closely together with the firm’s London office to handle licenses, IP and brand protection work, and trade mark portfolios with a strong international dimension. James Touzel is the key contact for Bristol.

Practice head(s):

James Touzel

Key clients

BGL Group (Compare The Market)

Ecotricity Group

Care Quality Commission

Vincenti & Vincenti, P.C./ International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)

Energy Saving Trust. Energy Saving Trust (EST)

Watershed Group

Thesauro Praetor SAM

Provexis plc.

Willans LLP

Based in Cheltenham, Willans LLP‘s IP practice offers a broad range of experience in both contentious and non-contentious IP matters. The leadership of the team is split between the dispute-focused Paul Gordon and Kym Fletcher, who specialises in non-contentious work and has extensive knowledge of the sports, technology and media sectors.

Practice head(s):

Paul Gordon; Kym Fletcher

Other key lawyers:

Nick Southwell


‘Good range of expertise, excellent client service, very commercial approach to disputes.’

‘Paul Gordon – simply a high class partner, unflappable, commercial and practical.’

‘Nick Southwell – very pragmatic, provides clear instructions and great to work with as part of the legal team.’

Key clients

Poundstretcher Limited

Crowncrest (Leicester) Plc

iMed Ltd

Stichd Sportsmerchandising BV

Excelerate Group

Joedan Manufacturing (UK) Limited

Peshavaria Exports PVT Limited

Dean Electrical Wholesale Limited

The History Press Limited

Trade Mark Wizards

Work highlights

  • Advised Poundstretcher Limited on IP-related aspects of its products including defending claims for alleged trade mark and copyright infringement.
  • Advising The History Press Limited in defending a claim for an alleged copyright infringement.
  • Acted for Stichd Sportsmerchandising BV in a claim in the High Court in respect of a breach of an IP licence agreement for Formula 1 racing products.

Battens Solicitors Limited

At Battens Solicitors Limited, the IP practice advises on trade marks, copyrights, and licensing issues, among others, with strong ties to clients in the creative industry. Media and entertainment specialist Brian Levine is active across the firm’s Bath, Yeovil and London offices, and heads up the practice together with Yeovil-based Peter Livingstone.

Practice head(s):

Brian Levine; Peter Livingstone

Key clients

Beverly Hills Global

Michel Haddi

Copytrack GmbH

Josh Wood Holdings

Polyform US

Inspire TV

Belashka Ltd

SoVision IT Limited

Woods Furniture

Hawkwood Pictures


Laceys‘ intellectual property division is noted for advising clients in industries such as the retail, hospitality, and manufacturing sectors on IP matters. Led by corporate partner Sam Freeman, the group covers transactions and dispute resolution alongside trade mark registrations and strategic advice.

Practice head(s):

Sam Freeman

Other key lawyers:

Brendan Herbert; Edwina Bones


‘I found the team members who dealt with my matter worked cohesively together to progress it quickly and smoothly. Overall, I felt they went out of their way to think carefully about my needs and provide pertinent and helpful advice.’

‘Edwina Bones impressed from the start: immediately understanding my objectives and identifying the issues, she carried out the resulting work accurately, thoughtfully and with friendly efficiency.’

‘We received good advice from Laceys in respect of trade mark protection and they managed the process in a timely and flawless manner.’

Work highlights

  • Defended a boat manufacturer against a non-use cancellation action in China in relation to its core trade mark.
  • Assisted a restaurant chain with various IP assignments and licences in light of its group restructure, including trade marks, database rights and domain names.
  • Advising a drinks brand throughout the process of registering two of its trade marks in Canada, as well as providing preliminary advice on its ability to protect its trade marks in UK, EU, China, US, Switzerland and India.

Murrell Associates LLP

At Truro-based outfit Murrell Associates LLP, legal director Rebecca Anforth leads the IP practice, which handles a broad range of matters including brand protection work, enforcement strategies, and influencer agreements. Alongside experience in data protection and commercial issues, Anforth is well versed in advising clients in the technology sector.

Practice head(s):

Rebecca Anforth


‘A small but effective team who are very knowledgeable and accessible.’

‘Rebecca Anforth is a great subject matter expert. A safe pair of hands to guide us through a complex legal area.’

Key clients

St Austell Brewery Company Limited

Finisterre UK Limited

SUMO Services Limited

Intermedia Brand Marketing Limited

Hub Box Limited

Callestick Farm Ice Cream Limited

Figolux Limited

Tolmon Limited

Daisy Fays Limited

Fonthill Limited

Kensa Health Limited

MintMech Limited

Folk2Folk Limited

Sapphire Holidays Limited

Modular Mapper Limited

Work highlights

  • Advising St Austell Brewery on the protection, maintenance and enforcement of brands in its trade mark portfolio.
  • Handling the trade mark portfolio and providing strategic enforcement advice to Folk2Folk.
  • Managing Finisterre UK’s trade mark and design right portfolio.

Spencer West LLP

With a South West offering in Exeter, Spencer West LLP‘s IP team is particularly active in advising clients across four distinct areas: the environmental and renewable energy space, the sports industry, the health and wellbeing arena, and startups emerging out of regional universities. Practice head Jowanna Conboye and Edmund Probert are the key names and both have broad experience dealing with IP matters such as trade marks and designs.

Practice head(s):

Jowanna Conboye

Other key lawyers:

Edmund Probert


‘Easy to connect with high-quality individuals.’

‘Edward Probert is highly focused on commercial outcomes and works in a highly contextual way. Edward understands how to truly interpret the client need whilst highlighting pitfalls.’

‘The team is highly conscientious and wholly committed to the client’s interests. They bring keen legal insight that has had invaluable commercial implications for our company. The practice is friendly and helpful, whilst also being forceful and direct when required.’

‘The Spencer West team has been outstanding in all respects.’

‘Jowanna Conboye has been a powerful advocate in the technical sense (as a lawyer) and lay sense (as a representatives and safeguarder of me and my company’s interests). In all dealings she has been forthright, highly articulate, perfectly informed and exceedingly knowledgeable of all relevant aspects of the law.’

‘Spencer West were able to demonstrate an excellent understanding of the education sector.’

‘Jowanna Conboye project managed the intellectual property dispute, providing clarity around ongoing discussions. For a person not au fait with legal affairs, her ‘plain English’ approach enabled me to easily understand what actions needed to be taken.’

‘I would single out Jowanna Conboye for her encyclopaedic knowledge of IP. We have collaborated on countless matters, and in addition to her knowledge, she is extremely amenable and therefore a pleasure to deal with.’

Key clients

Deutscher Cricket Bund

Studio71 UK Ltd

Certus Technology Limited

Resolution Therapeutics Limited

Wave Hub Developments Limited t/a Celtic Sea Power

Commons Seas CIC

Senseful AI Limited

Camrosh Limited

Syrenis Limited

Merizon Limited

Work highlights

  • Advising the Deutscher Cricket Bund (the German national cricket board) on a new international competition.
  • Working with Resolution Therapeutics on licencing of cell therapies being used for toxicology studies.
  • Advising Wave Hub on the licencing of data relating to wind farm project research in the Irish Sea.

Steer & Co

With specialisms in the technology, IP, media, creative and digital sectors, boutique firm Steer & Co supports clients through the full IP lifecycle, including advising on franchising, enforcement, licensing, and protection issues regarding trade marks, designs, and other forms of intellectual property. The ‘pragmatic’ Rebecca Steer heads up the practice and is a popular choice for deep tech and creative companies.

Practice head(s):

Rebecca Steer


‘Felt like I was being looked after and was kept up to date at all times, which gave me plenty of confidence.’

‘Rebecca Steer and her team of friendly professionals are experts in navigating those challenging and knotty issues in a clear and helpful manner. They take the time to understand the end goal and work tirelessly to help achieve one’s goals, in a calm, diligent and fair manor.’

‘While the systems they have in place are first class and seamless, it’s the people and collaboration that really stand out for me.’

Key clients









Work highlights

  • Advised illustrator Andy Janes on the IP issues relating to his designs created for “Shaun the Sheep” books on behalf of Aardman Animations and its publishing partners worldwide.
  • Advised carbon software company Vaayu on IP in the reports and data generated by the Carbon SaaS which is then used as part of environmental claims by retail customers.
  • Advised the Klarna in-house legal team and Hero Virtual Shopping team on the launch of the Virtual Shopping features being embedded in the Klarna fintech app.