Mr
John
Reddington

Consultant

London Office

Trade marks

Telephone. +44(0) 207 776 5100
Email. [email protected]

Experience

John has twenty-six years’ experience working in the field of trade marks. After qualifying as a solicitor and a short period as a commercial litigator John began his career in trade marks with a multi-national pharmaceutical company, moving on to head the London trade mark department of one of the world’s largest international law firms, where he practised for 11 years. Subsequently he spent a further 11 years as head of trade marks with a London-based boutique IP firm, before joining HGF as a consultant in 2018. His experience includes all aspects of trade mark portfolio management, trade mark litigation, and parallel import litigation, in industry sectors from pharmaceuticals to computer games, high street retail to luxury brands.

Specialisms

  • Trade marks

Industries

  • Creative, media & entertainment icon Creative, media & entertainment
  • Pharmaceuticals icon Pharmaceuticals
  • Retail icon Retail

Services

  • Designs & design rights
  • Due diligence
  • Portfolio management
  • Searching & competitor monitoring
  • Strategy
  • Trade marks
  • Transactional IP & commercial support

Qualifications

Solicitor

England & Wales

Trade Mark Attorney

Chartered (UK)


BA

Honours, French Literature

LPC

CPE and Law Society Finals. 1989 - 91

Recognition

Fellow, Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys

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