Ms Carol Plunkett > William Fry > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile
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Ms Carol Plunkett
Intellectual Property; Litigation & Dispute Resolution; Regulatory law.
Carol is a highly respected commercial litigator, with particular expertise in intellectual property disputes. She also acts for a number of State Regulators, advising on regulatory disputes.
Carol is a consultant to the Law Society School of Education, a member of its standing Curriculum Development Committee and lectures widely on intellectual property and regulatory law.
Lawyer Rankings(Hall of Fame)
William Fry‘s sizeable IP team handles work across the full gamut of IP matters, including contentious and non-contentious work. David Cullen heads the non-contentious IP team; his work includes advising multinationals including Diageo and Valeo Foods Group on their brand portfolios. Head of contentious IP Laura Scott is ‘highly experienced’ and very active in contentious IP litigation. Other team members include Colette Brady, who has extensive experience in trade mark litigation, and Leo Moore, who ‘always finds practical and commercially oriented solutions to solve the client’s issues’. Additionally, consultant Carol Plunkett handles a number of contentious matters, including working alongside Scott and Moore to represent GlaxoSmithKline in a trade mark invalidity and passing off action.
- Hall of Fame - Ireland > Intellectual property
- Intellectual property - Ireland
- Leading individuals - Ireland > Intellectual property
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