Amy advises clients on all aspects of brand protection, including filing strategies, specification design and portfolio management. She works with clients in local and international markets.
She returned to Chapman Tripp in 2014 after three years at two of the United Kingdom’s oldest and most well-respected patent attorney firms and with the trade marks team in Gowlings’ Vancouver office.
Amy handles the day-to-day running of Chapman Tripp’s intellectual property practice, producing brand availability reports, preparing and filing trade mark applications, managing renewals, preparing evidence and assisting with opposition and revocation matters.
Amy has experience in:
- filing and prosecuting New Zealand and Australian and trade mark applications as well as Madrid filings via the World Intellectual Property Organisation
- assisting with protection for non-traditional trade marks, including colours
- preparation of certification trade mark applications and accompanying regulations, and
- the design and implementation of border protection strategies.