Katie Cameron > Maucher Jenkins > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Maucher Jenkins
7th Floor, Artillery House
11-19 Artillery Row
LONDON
SW1P 1RT
England

Work Department

Trade marks

Position

Katie is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and Higher Courts Litigator.

She has considerable experience handling opposition proceedings before the Community and Trade Marks Office in French and German as well as her native English.

Katie is noted for her expertise in both contentious and non-contentious matters, with a strong focus on trade marks, copyrights, designs and domain names. She assists a broad range of clients including individuals, SMEs and major international corporations with extensive IP portfolios.

Katie speaks regularly at conferences on a wide range of subjects and also assists students preparing for the CITMA qualifying exams.

Career

Trained Elkington & Fife LLP; qualified 2006.

Associate then Partner at Maucher Jenkins (previously RGC Jenkins & Co.)

Publications of note: ‘No Laughing Matter – Litigating Cartoons in the UK Courts’, 2011. Extended piece of work as part of LLM.

Languages

French, German, basic Italian and Spanish.

Memberships

Katie has been a member of CITMA’s Governing Council, having chaired its Programme/Events Committees and been a member of the Designs Committee and the Law & Practice Committee. Katie has also been a member of INTA’s Non-Traditional Trade Marks Committee.

Education

Lyon, Diplome des Etudes Juridiques, (1991); University of Essex, (1992 LLB (Hons) English and French Law, 2011 LLM IP Litigation (Distinction)).

Leisure

In her spare time, Katie enjoys travelling, particularly in the Middle East, and also fencing.

Lawyer Rankings

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

Anglo-German firm Maucher Jenkins has demonstrable experience in filing and prosecuting trade mark applications for clients across the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, medical devices, and media and entertainment sectors, as well as handling matters pertaining to domain names, copyrights and cybersquatting issues. The team frequently collaborates with the firm’s German offices to advise on contentious mandates, often involving an international element, and maintains a strong relationship with the offices in Switzerland and China. Dual-qualified trade mark attorney and High Court litigator Katie Cameron handles opposition proceedings before the EUIPO, while Angela Fox is qualified as a solicitor, Higher Courts litigator and advocate, trade mark attorney and New York attorney at law, bringing experience in domain name disputes and trade mark infringement matters. Cameron and Fox lead the practice alongside the ‘amazingTanya Buckley, who is noted for her expertise in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and biotech sectors.