Edwin Coe is delighted to announce that Intellectual Property Partner, Nick Phillips, is to speak at the The Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (ITMA) Spring Conference today (17/03/2016).

The theme for this event is history and heritage, and the speakers will take you on a journey through historical and current trade mark issues. Nick Phillips will be speaking regarding The legacy Copyright Acts with a talk entitled “It’s not just Peter Pan that doesn’t get old.”

Nick specialises in Intellectual Property and IT. Nick qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and joined Edwin Coe as a partner in 2013. Prior to joining Edwin Coe Nick co-founded and subsequently headed the IT/IP department in a large regional firm.

Nick has considerable experience in advising clients on data protection, e-commerce, domain names and internet related issues as well as on a wide variety of IT contacts. Nick also regularly advises on the protection, exploitation and enforcement of the full range of intellectual property rights. His clients include individual inventors, SMEs, larger companies, charities and international organisations. He has advised manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, ISPs, re-sellers, distributors and agents in a wide range of industries.

About Edwin Coe

Edwin Coe is a London-based full service law firm with international reach. Since 1913, we have offered a comprehensive range of integrated legal services to meet the needs of individuals, organisations and businesses based throughout the UK and internationally. Our industry-leading experts provide our clients with highly personal and responsive advice, balancing profit and purpose, to help achieve their personal and business goals.

With 39 Partners, we are ranked 115 in the current edition of The Lawyer’s ‘UK 200’ law firms and are recommended in all the major legal directories. We are proud to be B Corp™ certified, part of a global community of businesses working to redefine success in business, and create a more inclusive and sustainable economy.

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