Virtuoso Legal London are now Fox Court “- side”
2017 and 2018 were both busy years for the Virtuoso Legal London team.
Whether it be:
- defending the trade mark rights of thebigword in the IPEC;
- successfully defending argos.com in the High Court and Court of Appeal;
- or numerous defendants in breach of confidence cases;
…the expert IP Protect team were in and out of the London courts on a daily basis.
While the team enjoyed a convenient space in Kings Cross, the last few years illustrated that we needed to be closer to the London courts. In addition, we needed even more space, due to expansion of the Virtuoso Legal London team.
In 2018, Lakmal Walawage, associate solicitor, joined Philip Partington, director, in London, having trained in the Leeds office. In addition, the team are soon to be joined by the incoming trainee, James Gilmer.
Given all of this, in January 2019, the Virtuoso Legal London team moved into Fox Court, 14 Grays Inn Road, London.
This is 5 minutes’ walk to the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, High Court and Court of Appeal, which means the team are now in striking distance for all of our clients’ urgent matters.
Philip Partington, director and head of Virtuoso Legal London and IP Protect team, said that:
“Moving closer to the courts made perfect sense for the ever-expanding London team. In addition, we have already met some incredibly innovative businesses who work in the same building, so we are looking forward to assisting them to expand their businesses in the coming months and years.
We also hope clients and contacts new and old will pop in and say ‘hi’ when they are in the neighbourhood – our door is always open.”
We are running free weekly branding workshops at Fox Court with our London expert IP team.
These sessions will be informal and are a great opportunity to meet our team and learn and ask questions about all things trade marks. We will be covering:
- how trade marks are registered and what aspects of a brand you can protect;
- how clearance searches work in order to avoid wasting money;
- how a brand should be registered and commercially utilised;
- how to successfully protect your trade marks once registered;
Spaces are limited, so check dates, availability and sign up by clicking the button below: