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Clare Mann, Partner, Dehns

Clare Mann

Partner at Dehns

Brighton, United Kingdom

About Me

Clare is a UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney.

She joined the firm in 2000, having graduated from the University of Hull with a First Class Honours degree in History.  She became a Partner in 2011 and handles trade mark work in a variety of sectors.

Clare works for a wide range of clients, from individuals through to global corporations, handling all aspects of UK, European Union, and worldwide clearance searching, prosecution and enforcement, as well as domain name disputes.  She also manages significant global portfolios, and supports companies with their expansion plans by developing and implementing global IP portfolio strategies.

Clare works with clients in a wide variety of sectors, including: sport, financial services, medical technology, food and beverage, entertainment, leisure, fashion, tourism and retail.

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