Felicity Hide > Boult Wade Tennant LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Boult Wade Tennant LLP
Salisbury Square House
8 Salisbury Square

Work Department

Felicity is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney in the Trade Mark and Domain Name Group.




She advises on a selection of marks, Trade Mark searches, strategic filing and portfolio management, and handles large overseas portfolios. She has substantial experience in relation to prosecution and opposition work before both the UK and European Union Trade Mark offices, in particular in the area of co-existence agreements. Felicity also advises on domain name registration and dispute resolution including UDRP and Nominet procedures.

Felicity works primarily with corporate clients ranging from the entertainment and media sectors to technology and financial service clients. She has also worked with counsel on appeal cases from the European Union Trade Mark Office which are now pending before the Court of Justice of the European Union.

She gives tutorials to candidates for the Institute’s final examinations, and is a regular speaker on Trade Mark matters both in this country and overseas. Felicity has given lectures and presentations to the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys’ on meetings and its international conference. She has also spoken at the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Queen Mary, University of London and has lectured on its Intellectual Property Certificate


  • INTA


  • Chartered Trade Mark Attorney
  • MA (Oxon) English and French, University of Oxford

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.