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We are pleased to announce that Oliver Spies, an intellectual property expert and attorney at law, has joined our Munich office. With nearly twenty years’ experience in IP law, Oliver advises clients on the protection and exploitation of trade marks and design rights in Germany, the EU and worldwide, as well as unfair competition laws in Germany.
Page White and Farrer is a signatory to the IP Inclusive Charter and is committed to supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in the intellectual property sector. We promote these three principles in all aspect of employment practice, including recruitment, career development and workplace ethos.
On Friday 27 July 2018, Page White and Farrer took part in the annual Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) football tournament. The tournament was held in Shoreditch, London and this year saw 16 intellectual property law firms from across the UK take part.
In recognition of the high standards of education, regulation and professional development, the Privy Council has awarded a royal charter to the professional association that governs UK trade mark attorneys.
Attorneys from Page White and Farrer once again took part in the Standard Chartered Great City Race on 14 July 2016. Our team ran the annual 5km race on the streets of London to raise funds for Seeing is Believing, Standard Chartered Bank’s global investment project to tackle avoidable blindness.