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Gregg Latchams Announces New Trade Mark Attorney Services

10 October 2017 |

  • Firm now offers global intellectual property legal services
  • Dual-qualified solicitor and chartered trade mark attorney Chris Haywood brought in to roll out new offering
  • Gregg Latchams to offer support to other advisory firms to meet their clients’ branding and design needs

Gregg Latchams is expanding its extensive legal offering to include trade mark and design attorney services. Their Intellectual Property specialist Chris Haywood is a dual-qualified solicitor, and chartered trade mark and design attorney. He joined Gregg Latchams from a boutique international brands practice and now offers his branding, design, and media expertise from GL’s offices in Bristol and London.

This is an exciting service that will help clients to grow and protect their brands in an ever expanding global market.

Chris says: “We are excited to be able to offer attorney services at Gregg Latchams. In addition to working for high-street brands such as New Look and Primark, much of my experience comes from offering back-end attorney work for other firms. I know we will be able to help our colleagues in the advisory services sector take advantage of the booming Bristol creative market through GL’s new offering.”

If you or a client of yours have any questions about growing and protecting your brand designs, contact Chris Haywood

 

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