Noëlle PearsonLLB

Trainee Trade Mark Attorney

South African Qualified Attorney/Lawyer (non-practising)

Offices: Edinburgh (UK), Glasgow (UK)

Languages spoken: English

Email: NPearson@marks-clerk.com

Telephone (Office): +44 131 221 7007

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Noëlle Pearson

Noëlle is a South African Qualified Lawyer and Trade Mark Attorney (non-practising) who is in the process of qualifying as a UK Trade Mark Attorney.

Noëlle specialises in intellectual property law, with a strong focus in trade mark contentious and non-contentious matters. She has also had experience in copyright and unlawful competition matters. Noëlle’s experience varies from trade mark searching, filing and prosecution to all aspects of brand/trade mark enforcement including oppositions, cancellation proceedings and infringements, advertising complaints, social media complaints, domain name disputes and company name objections.

Noëlle has acted for a broad range of clients in various sectors including multinational automotive corporations, agricultural technology businesses, mining and engineering companies, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage manufacturers, various retail brands and clients within the fashion and sporting sector. Noëlle now acts for a broad range of clients based in Scotland with a particular focus within the Food and Beverage, Sports and Entertainment, and Fashion and Retail sectors.

Prior to joining Marks & Clerk, Noëlle worked for a boutique IP law firm in South Africa.

Noëlle Pearson works in the following sectors

Agriculture
Automotive
Biotechnology
Chemical
Food
Oil and Gas
Pharmaceutical
Telecommunications
Creative Industries

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