- UK Registered Trade Mark Attorney
- Higher Courts Litigator and Advocate
- European Trade Mark & Design Attorney
- Attorney-at-Law, New York
Angela Fox is a partner in the firm's trade marks group. She specialises in intellectual property matters involving trade marks and domain names and counsels clients on disputes, brand protection, strategy and enforcement. Angela has extensive experience in clearing and protecting trade marks and in handling domain name disputes and matters relating to trade mark infringement and passing off, including litigation, advocacy, opinion and advisory work.
She graduated in 1993 from Washington College, Maryland and in 1995 from Oxford University, followed by an LLB with First Class Honours from the University of London where she won the Hart Prize in Public Law in 1998.
Angela is a solicitor and certified trade mark litigator, and also serves as a domain name panellist for the World Intellectual Property Organisation ("WIPO") Arbitration and Mediation Center. She is an active member of the Laws & Practice Committee of the UK Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and represents the Institute on the users committees for the Patents Court and Patents County Court. Angela is also an attorney-at-law in the US, being admitted to the bar of the state of New York.
She speaks Spanish and German.
Angela edits and is a major contributor to the firm's award-winning trade mark magazine, Make Your Mark. Other publications include:
- "Threatening Trademark Infringement Proceedings in the United Kingdom," 88 The Trademark Reporter (1998) 521
- "Does the Harmonisation Directive Recognise a Public Interest in Keeping Marks Free for Use?" European Intellectual Property Review, Vol. 22, Issue 1 (2000) 1
- "Protecting Innovation in the E.U.: The New Registered Community Design," British Spanish Law Association Bulletin, Issue 4, 2003
- "Why Dilution May Offer the Real Solution to the Problem of Unauthorised Fan Memorabilia in Europe," ABA IPL Newsletter, Summer 2004, Vol 22, No.4, pages 17-22
- "Political Cybersquatting: It's Not Just Dirty Tricks," Trademark World, December 2004/January 2005, Issue 173, pages 20-22.