Alexandra Nott

Associate

Background

Alexandra is a UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, having qualified in 2019.

Alexandra joined the firm in 2016, after graduating from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a degree in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. During her final year she was awarded a First Class for her dissertation on human rights and the global textile industry, combining her interests in moral philosophy and fashion.

Alexandra became an Associate of the firm in 2022.

 

Type of clients and client work

Alexandra is involved in a variety of UK, International and overseas trade mark matters for a wide-range of clients from individuals to multinational corporations. Alexandra works with businesses across a number of commercial sectors including loyalty, travel, cosmetics, healthcare/nutrition, audio technology, apparel, HVAC, chemical products, food/drink and hospitality.

Alexandra’s work includes clearance searching and advising on the availability/registrability of new trade marks, filing and prosecuting trade mark applications, contentious matters, preparing appeals, drafting settlement agreements/undertakings, and advising on matters of alleged trade mark infringement as well as related issues such as domain and company name disputes.

 

Expertise

On the prosecution side, Alexandra particularly enjoys helping clients secure registration following an official objection from the IPO, whether through argument or the submission of evidence.

Alexandra also has experience in obtaining positive outcomes for clients in contentious matters, be it in the form of a favourable opposition/appeal decision or a negotiated settlement agreement.

 

Qualifications and Memberships

  • UK Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, 2019
  • IP Litigator – Trade Mark, 2019
  • Professional Certificate Trade Mark Practice, Nottingham Law School, 2019 – Distinction
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice, Queen Mary University of London, 2018 – Distinction
  • Member of CITMA
  • ECTA Member

 

Higher Education

BA (Hons), University of Cambridge, Human, Social and Political Sciences (Politics and International Relations), 2016

 

Other

Alexandra was awarded the prizes for highest mark in the ‘Designs and Copyright Law’ and ‘Trade Mark Law and Practice A’ exams as well as the Highest Overall Student prize for the Queen Mary Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice 2017/18.

Alexandra also achieved the highest mark of all candidates in the Nottingham Law School Professional Certificate Trade Mark Practice (the Trade Mark Attorney finals) 2019.

Alexandra was shortlisted for the “UK Rising Star of the Year” award in Managing IP’s Awards EMEA 2024. Alexandra was named as a “Key Lawyer” in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500, one of the leading legal directories in the UK.

Alexandra also works with the Business & IP Centre (BIPC) Brighton & Hove, which is part of the National Network of BIPCs established by the British Library.  Through the BIPC, Alexandra offers a number of pro bono advice clinics to entrepreneurs, start-ups and small to medium-sized enterprises across the whole of Sussex looking for information and guidance on trade mark issues.

Below are a number of published trade mark articles written by Alexandra.

Alexandra will be attending the ECTA Annual Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 19th – 21st June 2024. Please get in contact if you would like to arrange a meeting.

 

Contact details

The Brinell Building
30 Station Street
Brighton
BN1 4RB
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1273 244 200 +44 (0)20 7353 8895

Department

trade marks

Articles by Alexandra Nott

Dehns shortlisted for three awards in Managing IP Awards EMEA 2024 Dehns shortlisted for three awards in Managing IP Awards EMEA 2024 21 Feb 2024 2 min read Dehns Attorney Alexandra Nott joins the ECTA SME Task Force Committee Dehns Attorney Alexandra Nott joins the ECTA SME Task Force Committee 11 Jan 2024 2 min read Lights out for Lewis Hamilton in dispute with Swiss watchmaker Lights out for Lewis Hamilton in dispute with Swiss watchmaker 05 Jan 2024 5 min read Intellectual property, fashion, and the metaverse: opportunities and risks at the intersection of law, art and computer science Intellectual property, fashion, and the metaverse: opportunities and risks at the intersection of law, art and computer science 29 Jun 2023 14 min read Why the IOC and the WIPO are getting the IP ball rolling Why the IOC and the WIPO are getting the IP ball rolling 20 Jun 2023 6 min read ‘Brand Greta’ and the role of trade marks in the non-profit sector ‘Brand Greta’ and the role of trade marks in the non-profit sector 01 Oct 2020 11 min read EUIPO Board of Appeal showed there was no smoke without fire in fully reversing Opposition Division decision EUIPO Board of Appeal showed there was no smoke without fire in fully reversing Opposition Division decision 22 May 2020 8 min read Joe Lycett shows luxury fashion house who’s BOSS Joe Lycett shows luxury fashion house who’s BOSS 05 Mar 2020 7 min read The (Kit)Kat is out of the bag: CJEU issues its anticipated ruling in long-running trade mark saga The (Kit)Kat is out of the bag: CJEU issues its anticipated ruling in long-running trade mark saga 31 Jul 2018 9 min read Cry Wolf! Cry Wolf! 23 Jan 2018 7 min read Bitter Sweet: 3D trade mark protection Bitter Sweet: 3D trade mark protection 11 Aug 2017 6 min read Serving Up A Storm – an Australian trade mark dispute Serving Up A Storm – an Australian trade mark dispute 21 Jun 2017 5 min read