Having practised in intellectual property and commercial law for 10 years, Charlotte excels in working across legal jurisdictions. Most recently practising in Denmark and having serviced both national and international corporations, she brings international skill and expertise to an area of law that needs to be applied in a global context. Charlotte loves a good challenge and is always finding new ways to add real value for her clients.
Through technology, the world is more interconnected and world markets are more competitive; hence establishing and protecting intellectual property is increasingly essential to businesses both small and large.
Charlotte takes the time to listen to her clients and never assumes that she knows their situation. She likes working with and for them to find the best possible solution to their problems. Words and actions mean everything to Charlotte, so she will never be anything but honest and reliable.
Securing and commercialising IP rights
Filing and prosecuting national, European and international trade mark, patent and design applications
Managing IP portfolios
Negotiating and drafting IP related agreements (confidentiality, licence, alliances, coexistence, joint ventures)
IP infringement settlements and lawsuits
Advising on product liability, and unfair competition law and practices.
Bachelor of Laws (University of Copenhagen)
Master of Laws, IP Law and Commercial Law (University of Copenhagen)
Master of Laws, Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution (University of London)