Christopher Robinson

IP Solicitor

Chris advises clients on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious intellectual property law matters, including trade marks, patent, copyright, passing off and design rights. 

Since qualifying in 2012, Chris has been involved in High Court actions relating to patents, trade marks, copyright and design rights and acted for a clients in the first patent case in the new Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC). 

He has experience in preparing pleadings documents relating to all aspects of litigation including particulars of claim, product descriptions, witness statements and defences and has acted for clients at all stages of litigation (including pre-action, trial, appeal and settlement negotiations). 

Chris works with clients across a number of sectors including automotive, food and drink, manufacturing and engineering, retail, technology and music law in both contentious and non-contentious areas of intellectual property law. He has worked on numerous successful court actions, notably an action for Glenmark Generics in relation to its anti-malarial product, Malarone (Glenmark Generics v GSK [2013] EWHC 148 (Pat)).