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Chartered Patent Attorney, European Trademark Attorney, Intellectual Property, Design and copyright based in East Yorkshire, Hull, Leeds, Bradford, Grimsby, Rotherham, Sheffield, Barnsley, Manchester

Francesca Nwaegbe, B.A. (Hons) Law, LL.M, RTM, ETMA, MITMA


Francesca is a UK Registered Trade Mark Attorney (RTMA), a European Trade Mark Attorney (ETMA), and a Member of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (MITMA). She brings a wealth of experience as a successful trade mark attorney with a proven track record spanning more than thirty years advising on & handling UK, Community & worldwide brand/trade mark & domain name matters for major industries including e.g. the Shell Group &, in more recent years: the former BT owned Yell Limited (formerly Yellow Pages) & O2 Limited (formerly BT Cellnet Limited); BT Group & lines of business (i.e. BT Wholesale, BT Retail, BT Global Services, BT Operate, BT Innovate & Design); & Openreach (BT Group business).

In addition, Francesca possesses a B.A. (Hons) Law and also obtained an LL.M from Queen Mary College (London University) in Corporate & Commercial Law, her key subjects being: Patents, trade marks, copyright, designs, confidential information, unfair competition, technology transfer (licensing law), franchising law, comparative US and EEC anti trust law; Arab comparative commercial law.

Francesca is a consultant to Ogive Intellectual Property Ltd, and her specialties include Trade mark clearance; filing, prosecuting & defending trade mark applications & oppositions; negotiating, drafting & concluding third party agreements, trade mark & domain name licences & assignments; trade mark infringements & ‘passing off’ (including Internet), comparative advertising, & domain name hijacking (“cybersquatting”). Due diligence.