Ian Bartlett heads up the trade marks department at Beck Greener. Ian is an expert in trade mark and merchandising law, both in the United Kingdom and internationally, and is a skilled practitioner in the fields of copyright and designs. Alongside his extensive practice at a UK and European level, he consults on the prosecution of intellectual property cases around the world. While much of Ian’s work emanates from large multinational companies and high-street names, he also represents a number of small businesses. As well as working for international publishers, major cosmetics brands, and some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, Ian has clients in fields as diverse as accountancy, telecommunications and pharmaceuticals.
Ian read philosophy at the University of Leeds and law at City University, London. He trained as a barrister and was called to the English Bar in 1985. Ian has over 30 years’ experience of trade mark prosecution and contentious intellectual property disputes. Qualifications include: Inns of Court School of Law (1984); registered trade mark attorney 1990; European trade mark and designs attorney; PGD in IP Litigation, Nottingham Law School.
Member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (MCITMA).