Charlotte Duly joins Charles Russell Speechlys as Head of Brand Protection
Charlotte Duly has joined Charles Russell Speechlys’ Intellectual Property Group as Head of Brand Protection.
Charlotte is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, European Trade Mark Attorney and European Design Attorney with over 15 years’ experience in the field of brand protection and enforcement. She advises a broad range of national and international clients across diverse industry sectors including media, financial services, real estate fashion and beauty.
Charlotte is recognised as a leading individual in the field of brand protection with a deep and detailed understanding of trade mark issues. Charlotte will be responsible for leading the trade mark and design filing, management and protection team.
Mary Bagnall, Head of Charles Russell Speechlys’ Intellectual Property Group says:
“With extensive experience in devising and implementing brand strategies for a broad range of national and international businesses, across a variety of sectors, Charlotte is ideally placed to lead our brand management practice as we continue to strengthen and grow our IP offering. Charlotte will be a fantastic fit for our clients and for the firm and we are delighted to welcome her.”
Charlotte Duly says:
“I am delighted to be joining Charles Russell Speechlys, a firm that boasts a formidable reputation in IP, particularly as a result of its expertise in advising global brands in relation to all aspects of brand management, protection and enforcement. Working for a full-service international law firm is an exciting prospect and I look forward not only to building my practice and growing the brand management team but also to supporting all groups across the firm in providing practical and commercial brand protection advice and assistance to their clients.”
Charlotte joins Charles Russell Speechlys on 18 November from Boult Wade Tennant.
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