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Osborne Clarke LLP
ONE LONDON WALL
EC2Y 5EB
LONDON
EC2Y 5EB
England

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London > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > PATMA: Trade mark attorneys

Osborne Clarke LLP has demonstrable experience in managing international trade mark portfolios for clients across the technology, retail and life sciences and healthcare sectors, in addition to advising on trade mark issues faced by clients when entering emerging markets, including China and the Middle East. The team, which is led by experienced litigator Arty Rajendra, also counts trade mark prosecution and enforcement proceedings in its caseload. Richard May advises on trade mark protection matters arising out of the technology, gaming, retail and life sciences sectors, and trade mark attorney Roshani Muniweera joined from Allen & Overy LLP a month before director Mark Foreman retired in December 2021. Other key members of the team include litigator Robert Guthrie, senior trade mark attorney Leanne Gulliver and trade mark attorney Daniel Ramos.

London > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Intellectual property: patents (contentious and non-contentious)

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Arty RajendraOsborne Clarke LLP

Arty Rajendra leads the patent practice at Osborne Clarke LLP, which acts in a number of high-value patent litigation matters at the forefront of the market. Particularly strong in the technology, telecoms, and life sciences sectors, the team routinely advises on SEP and FRAND litigation matters, with Rajendra recently acting in the high-profile Unwired Planet v Huawei FRAND determination. Also of note within the team is Will James who is praised by clients as ‘a leader in the space and a pleasure to work with’. Tim Harris is also a highly regarded patent litigator and an expert in representing hi-tech companies. Tamara Quinn is the key contact for non-contentious IP work.

London > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Intellectual property: trade marks, copyright and design

The soft IP practice at Osborne Clarke LLP sits within the wider IP disputes group and is led by all-round litigation specialist Arty Rajendra. Under her guidance, the team maintains a strong trade mark portfolio management practice, and the copyright side of the department also has a strong reputation, particularly for advising platforms and rights holders on the protection of their copyrights in digital spaces. A key member of the team for brand management deals is Richard May, who was recently made up to partner, and the group’s technology sector expertise shines, with Robert Guthrie notable for handling domain name disputes. Non-contentious matters are the purview of Tamara Quinn, who assists clients with drafting and negotiating licences, ownership and licensing strategies, and advising at the intersection of IP and data law within the contexts of AI and machine learning.