Webinar: Evidence of Trade Mark Use and Reputation in Legal Proceedings
Tuesday, 18 August 2020
12:30PM - 1:30PM AEST
Griffith Hack Principal, Kellie Stonier will be presenting on the 18th August a webinar on Evidencing Trade Mark Use and Reputation in Proceedings in partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia.
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Topics will include:
- How to demonstrate an acquired reputation
- Wayback Machine evidence
- Authorised use: evidence of control by the owner
- Irrelevant evidence: are costs an issue?
This session would be of interest to:
in-house counsel, marketing personnel, licensing executives, brand managers, contract manager and IP managers.
Register for this webinar via the ACC website here
This session is worth 1 CPD point.
About the speaker
Kellie has more than 20 years’ experience in contentious and commercial intellectual property matters and in IP portfolio management. Kellie’s advice covers the full range of IP matters, including patents, designs, trade marks, copyright, competition & consumer law matters and confidential information.
Qualified as both a lawyer and trade marks attorney, Kellie has particular experience in IP portfolio management and trade mark registrations, opposition and revocation proceedings, international brand protection, clearance and enforcement matters.
Kellie has been involved in various Federal Court proceedings including in relation to patent infringement, trade mark infringement, trade mark registration cancellation, appeals from the Trade Marks Office, misleading and deceptive conduct and breaches of confidential information. Kellie's strong reputation for maintaining and enforcing her client’s IP rights extends beyond Australia, with many Australian and multi-national clients entrusting her to advise on their IP protection issues.
Her track record working for major brands and on high stakes matters speaks for itself and earned her recognition as a “Leading Individual” in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific in 2018 and 2019 and a leading lawyer in Doyles’ Guide from 2017 to 2020 and as a leading Enforcement and Litigation IP professional in the World Trademark Review from 2018 to 2020.
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