Claire started her IP career at a UK magic circle firm, working on global portfolios including a luxury car manufacturer, a leading food and confectionery manufacturer and an international high street bank. Since then, she has worked at a full service law firm as well as an international trade mark and patent firm.
With a strong grounding from starting in trade mark formalities before qualifying as an attorney in 2014, Claire has rounded knowledge and expertise in all aspects of trade mark portfolio management from clearance to enforcement, providing commercial and strategic advice to a wide variety of clients. Her industry sectors include fashion, beauty, financial services, media/entertainment and food and drink.
She has a particular interest in non-traditional trade marks and devising commercially-focused and creative solutions to problems. Claire loves getting involved with clients and building strong relationships to help IP portfolio management and enforcement.
Law & Psyschology
College of Law, London. Electives in Commercial Law, Commercial Dispute Resolution and Advanced Property
Claire Jones is knowledgeable and provides organised and helpful overviews and reports which help the client manage a busy portfolio
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