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Mrs
Suzan
Moss

Senior Trade Mark Attorney

Birmingham Office

Trade marks

Telephone. +44(0) 121 265 7930
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Suzan is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney having studied and passed the Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice at Queen Mary University as well as passing the Nottingham Law School Certificate in Trade Mark Practice with distinction.

Suzan provides full lifecycle trade mark advice from pre-filing advice, clearance searching, trade mark application prosecution and protection and enforcement.

Suzan also has a particular focus on design rights and clearance related to these in a multitude of sectors and in particular in the fashion sector.

Suzan is a member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and a regular contributor to the CITMA Review. Furthermore, she is involved with Fashion+IP and Retail+IP LinkedIn groups, as well as other ongoing articles and contributions relating to trade mark current affairs.

Qualifications

Trade Mark Attorney

Chartered (UK)


LAW DEGREE

The University of Sheffield, Law LLB

LLB

The University of Sheffield, Law LLB

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice, Distinction

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

Trade Mark Law and Practice

Publications

International trade mark registrations – change to UKIPO handling procedure

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Who owns NFTs?

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Why Brands Must Think About Protecting Designs in the Metaverse

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Brexit for Intellectual Property Law in Fashion

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Brexit: the long and winding road is not over yet

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Product upcycling and brand owners

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Cost-Effective Trade Mark Advice

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When is a genuine product no longer ‘genuine’?

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Love at First Swipe Decision: Match fail to effectively monopolise the term SWIPE for dating apps and services

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Sensory copyright – the smell of success and the taste of failure

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CITMA Case Review - O/806/18, Kona (Opposition), UK IPO, 14th December 2018

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CITMA Case Review - C-564/16, EUIPO v Puma SE, CJEU

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Conferences: 2022

December 1st 2022

HGF's IP in Retail Conference London 2022

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May 12th 2022

IP in Healthcare Conference 2022

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May 10th 2022

The HGF IP in Healthcare Conference 2022

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April 19th 2022

HGF Retail Webinars: The rise of Non-Fungible Tokens

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