Hannah is a Senior Associate in the Intellectual Property Group at Osborne Clarke. She is dual qualified as both a solicitor and a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney. She advises on all aspects of intellectual property, with particular expertise in trade marks, copyright, designs and confidential information/trade secrets.

She works on all aspects of intellectual property law across a wide range of sectors. She manages litigious proceedings, advising businesses on trade mark infringement, passing off, copyright and design infringement. Hannah also deals with issues surrounding brand protection on the internet, including domain name disputes and cybersquatting.

Hannah manages and strategically advises in relation many global trade mark portfolios for international clients. She provides support in relation to brands, from trade mark clearance advice through to enforcement. She assists clients in launching brands in the UK from overseas. Hannah also manages a worldwide network of agents to protect brands internationally. She runs contentious proceedings at the UKIPO, through to High Court litigation.

Hannah has a Master's degree in Chemistry from the University of Oxford. Her technical background makes her ideally placed to support clients with complex specialisms, particularly in the life sciences and technology sectors.

Hannah qualified as a solicitor in September 2012 and joined Osborne Clarke in November 2013.