Lindsey Wrenn Managing Associate
Chartered Trade Mark Attorney
European Trade Mark & Design Attorney
Lindsey Wrenn graduated from the University of Sheffield with a degree in law and went on to obtain a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law from the University of London. Lindsey is a UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney and European Trade Mark and Design Attorney with extensive experience, both in-house and in private practice with national law firms. Lindsey joined Wilson Gunn in August 2019.
Lindsey advises on all aspects of trade mark protection from clearance, filing applications in the UK, Europe and internationally through to drafting and negotiating licences, co-existence agreements and assignments. She provides strategic advice on portfolio management and carries out brand audits. She has experience of enforcement and preservation of trade mark rights, including pre-litigation advice and conducting hearings before the UK Intellectual Property Office. She also has extensive experience of launching and defending trade mark opposition, revocation and invalidity proceedings in the UK, EU and internationally.
Lindsey has a very wide network of foreign attorney contacts around the world. This has been built up over her many years in practice and through her involvement with the International Trademark Association (INTA), having attended its annual conference for many years. These relationships enable her to work seamlessly with clients to develop and protect their brand portfolios internationally.
She acts for clients in both the public and private sectors, managing a diverse range of clients with differing brand issues. The Legal 500 has praised her for her "extensive and high-level experience" and in the 2019 edition Lindsey was singled out as being "very responsive and willing to work flexibly in partnership with clients towards strategic and practical solutions".
Lindsey has lectured at the University of Manchester for the Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law and has contributed to the CITMA/CIPA Community Trade Mark Handbook. She has also lectured internationally, including the annual conference of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC).
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