Nick is a Senior Associate in Osborne Clarke's intellectual property team, specialising in a variety of IP matters including IP disputes and brand protection, with an emphasis on trade marks, copyright and online enforcement.
His work tends to involve strategic advice around IP protection and enforcement, as well as, soft IP disputes including IP heavy contractual disputes. Nick also advises on frontier technologies such as blockchain and the metaverse.
Nick has a wealth of experience in IP litigation and has been involved in a variety of disputes at all levels of court.
Nick focuses on helping clients in the technology and interactive entertainment sectors and currently works with several big mobile games brands and global video games companies.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
My passion and enthusiasm for video games and technology helps me to get to grips with a client's business and understand the issues in a way that allows me to come up with creative solutions.
My strategic mindset also puts me in a good position to consider wider IP issues around frontier technologies as clients focus on digitally transforming their businesses.
Frank Industries v Nike
At an early stage in Nick's career he was the lead associate for the successful claimant concerning trade mark infringement, passing off and invalidity (descriptiveness) in IPEC.
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