Miss
Suzan
Ure

Trade Mark Attorney

Birmingham Office

Trade marks

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

Experience

Suzan joined the Birmingham Trade Mark Team in September 2016 and 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 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

Who owns NFTs?

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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

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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Event - 20th-23rd September 2022

MARQUES Annual Conference 2022

The 2022 MARQUES Annual Conference will be held in Madrid on 20-23 September. This year’s conference will focus on celebrating marks. The various sessions will address in particular how sustainability …

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Event - 22nd September 2022

WIPR Trademarks Los Angeles 2022

WIPR Trademarks Los Angeles will be held on 22nd September 2022. The event will bring together 100+ brand protection experts to discuss key strategic trademark management issues. WIPR Trademarks Los …

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Who owns NFTs?

For any avid readers you may recall back in our Spring Retail Scanner we covered NFTs, specifically what they are and what they mean for retailers and their IP. In …

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A question of refills but also one of trade marks

The case Advocate General Giovanni Pitruzzelli provided an Opinion on 12th May 2022 in a case being heard by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), originating from …

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Ownership in the metaverse - a (virtual) reality or a real fiction?

A look at whether you own and control what you buy in the space. First things first, let’s define the metaverse The metaverse can be described as a network of …

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Conceptual similarity - when is 'well known' enough?

Trade mark conflicts between two identical marks used for identical products are relatively rare. Most conflicts evolve around the question whether the marks in question are similar. If the marks …

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3D shape trade marks for medical devices

Innovation in medical devices continues strongly and the introduction of IoT and 3D printing (amongst others) has led to an acceleration in new medical devices. Whilst patents and designs are …

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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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