Candice KwokLLB

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California Attorney, Admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore

Offices: Singapore

Languages spoken: English, 中文 (普通话) (Mandarin), 中文(廣東話) (Cantonese)

Email: ckwok@marks-clerk.com.sg

Telephone (Office): +65 6227 8986

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Candice Kwok

Candice specialises in assisting clients in the management and coordination of their trade mark portfolios, including filing and prosecuting trade marks on the clients’ behalf, advising clients on global branding strategies, development and protection of their brand names, trade mark dilution prevention and rebranding, regularly acting for clients in commencing and defending trademarks in opposition, revocation or invalidation proceedings.

Candice has been a committee member of the Singapore Law Society’s Intellectual Property Committee, and presently chairs a Subcommittee of the International Trademark Association (INTA) headquartered in New York. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with an LLB (Hons) degree and was admitted in 2000 to the Supreme Court of Singapore as an Advocate and Solicitor, after passing the Singapore Bar examinations as one of the top 10 candidates of the year. She is also admitted as an Attorney at Law in the State of California. In addition to English, she is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, and has a conversational knowledge of French.

The World Trademark Review 1000 guide says Candice “consistently delivers pragmatic, on-point advice in tricky prosecution and strategy engagements”, and she has been recommended in every edition since 2013. Candice has been named as an 'IP Star' by Managing Intellectual Property annually since 2014. Candice has also been listed as a ‘trademark leader’ by the World IP Review Leaders and as one of the world’s leading IP strategists by IAM.

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