Graeme Fearon, Partner and Head of Intellectual Property, Thrings, Adviser to the Board
Graeme is head of Intellectual Property at Thrings and his workload covers an equal amount of litigation and commercial work.
also works closely with other lawyers in the firm, especially in the Commercial and Corporate Finance teams.
With a particular interest in brands, Graeme
advises brand-owners on setting up, maintaining and protecting their brand portfolios.
This includes helping them file for trade mark and design registrations and taking appropriate enforcement action against infringers.
also advises businesses on how to protect and exploit their technology and know-how and has significant experience working with patents, software and rights in information.
has developed a further specialism dealing with clients in the media sector, including traditional print publishers, film production houses and Web 2.0 content providers.
helps them identify and protect the intellectual assets which are the cornerstone of their businesses.
Graeme read Law at Cambridge and then trained and worked in the City for 12 years before joining Thring Townsend in 2004.
He has a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice from Bristol University and is regularly invited to speak and write on IP matters.