Rachel Conroy > Boult Wade Tennant LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Boult Wade Tennant LLP
Salisbury Square House
8 Salisbury Square
LONDON
Middlesex
EC4Y 8AP
England

Work Department

Rachel,  joined Boult Wade Tennant in 2006 and qualified in 2010 as a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney.

Position

Partner

Career

Rachel has a broad range of experience in searching, selecting, filing, prosecution and maintenance of Trade Marks before the UK and European Union Trade Marks offices, as well as in a wide range of countries around the world. Rachel routinely advises on filing strategy and represents clients in prosecution and contentious matters. She is also experienced in the drafting of co-existence agreements and the management of Trade Mark watching services.

Rachel works with clients in a broad range of industries which range from pharmaceutical companies to clients in finance, food and drink, the music industry and the publishing industry.

Rachel is responsible for the firm’s seminar scheme for clients and is a regular speaker at these events

Memberships

  • IPSoc
  • CITMA
  • PTMG

Education

  • Chartered Trade Mark Attorney
  • LLB (Hons) Law, Queen Mary University of London

Lawyer Rankings

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

With offices in London, Frankfurt, Berlin and Madrid, as well as Cambridge and Reading, Boult Wade Tennant LLP’s ‘top-notch team’ is well-placed to assist clients in the protection, management and enforcement of UK and EU trade marks, domain name disputes, brand strategy matters and copyright issues. The team counts state-owned enterprises, financial service providers, medium-sized companies, start-ups, family-owned businesses and public entities, including hospitals and not-for-profit organisations, among its key roster of clients. Following the retirement of John Wallace in April 2022, Rachel Conroy leads the practice and other key members of the team include the ‘client-orientedEmma Pitcher, Tony Pluckrose, who is praised as ‘a walking encyclopaedia’ when it comes to trade mark prosecution work and opposition proceedings, Catherine Wolfe and Felicity Hide, who ‘has worked miracles’ before the UKIPO and EUIPO.