Ms
Lucy
Pope

Trade Mark Director

London Office

Trade marks

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

Experience

Lucy's career began with working for several years in the Trade Marks group for a London based global pharmaceutical company and continued with the new business after a merger with another household pharma name. Lucy subsequently practiced for many years in the Trade Marks department of a City Solicitors' Firm. Lucy has a wealth of experience in managing global trade mark and IP portfolios, from the inception of a product and clearance searches for a new product name and branding to strategic and cost effective portfolio protection and dispute resolution and enforcement as well as a significant amount of experience in IP aspects of corporate acquisitions. Lucy's expertise covers all aspects of trade mark, design and domain name portfolio management.

Qualifications

Solicitor

England & Wales

Trade Mark Attorney

Chartered (UK)


LLB

Bachelor of Laws

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

Inns of Court School of Law, barrister

Publications

HGF Retail Scanner - Blockchain and Counterfeit Goods

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All Things Business - Trade Mark Clearance and Due Diligence

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Conferences: 2022

February 23rd 2022

UCL - Can IP Systems Serve Small Businesses Better?

Attended

Conferences: 2021

December 3rd 2021

WTR Live: The Future of Trademark Management and Brand Protection

Attended

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Conferences: 2020

August 18th 2020

AI in IP

Attended

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CSR

Lucy is a member of the HGF Social Impact Group, a panel looking at the firm’s involvement in charitable fundraising, pro bono work and community volunteering.

Lucy delivers talks at HGF in-house and external trade mark events.

Lucy is a regular attendee at IP Inclusive seminars and events. IP Inclusive is an organisation aimed at improving diversity within the IP profession.

Lucy is a Justice of the Peace and sits as a Magistrate in her local community court.

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“For medical purposes” – a case for unblurring the lines between pharma and nutritional products

Food-pharma industry convergence is not a new development. In 2013, a study of the patent citation data of 274 published European patents by 5 EU Medical Nutrition companies revealed the …

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Event - 30th April 2022

INTA 2022 Annual Meeting Live+

The HGF European team will be attending the INTA 2022 Annual Meeting Live+. It is being held on 30th April – 4th May in Washington, D.C. INTA brings together the …

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Event - 19th May 2022

HGF Complete webinar: comparison of registered and unregistered design rights procedures before the EUIPO and UKIPO

HGF is hosting a series of HGF Complete webinars this Spring. Our expert speakers will discuss trade marks and designs in the EU and the UK. We will compare and …

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Event - 14th April 2022

HGF Complete webinar: unregistered trade mark rights in the EU and UK

HGF is hosting a series of HGF Complete webinars this Spring. Our expert speakers discuss trade marks and designs in the EU and the UK. We compare and contrast the …

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Event - 31st March 2022

HGF Complete webinar: trade mark opposition and invalidity proceedings

HGF is hosting a series of HGF Complete webinars this Spring. Our expert speakers will discuss trade marks and designs in the EU and the UK. We will compare and …

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Event - 17th March 2022

HGF Complete webinar: trade mark application procedures before the EUIPO and UKIPO

HGF is hosting a series of HGF Complete webinars this Spring. Our expert speakers will discuss trade marks and designs in the EU and the UK. We will compare and …

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The exhaustion of rights regime and the recent update from the Government

The current position Since 1973 when the UK joined the then European Common Market, the UK has followed an exhaustion of IP rights regime which has enabled the secondary sale …

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