Acquire a comprehensive understanding of what likelihood of confusion means in trade mark proceedings.

In this double header presentation, we will break down the importance of likelihood of confusion in obtaining and defending trade mark rights.

You will learn key practical strategies for proving confusion, as well as the pitfalls to avoid. We will go on to share the importance of meticulous evidence collection.

Join us and ensure you have the most to date guidance on how best to support and manage cases of confusion.

This webinar supports skill set 7: understand trade marks, of the Paralegal competency framework

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Learning outcomes

  • Uncover important background legal knowledge on confusion.
  • Gain practical tips and best practice on collecting evidence of confusion.
  • Get real life examples of what is and isn’t likelihood of confusion in trade mark law.

Meet your speakers

Theresa Castle, Allen & Overy

Theresa Castle

Theresa has experience in a wide range of contentious and non-contentious trade mark, design and domain name matters. She has advised clients at every level, in all aspects of brand protection and enforcement. She has worked with clients throughout the lifecycle of their brands, including on strategic portfolio management, clearance, prosecution, oppositions and cross border disputes. Her experience spans sectors such as consumer products, entertainment, food and drink, TMT, financial institutions and healthcare.

Beverley Potts, Allen & Overy

Beverley Potts

Beverley is a Senior Knowledge Lawyer in the International IP group focusing on trade marks, copyright and database rights, designs and trade secrets. Beverley is experienced in brand protection strategies and contentious IP issues, having worked in leading global firms for clients in a variety of sectors. Beverley provides client facing and internal training on a range of key IP issues and regularly writes on recent IP developments and trends.

Please note

  • Payment online via debit or credit card only; proforma invoices are not available.
  • Full terms and conditions apply.
  • Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 12th June