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Solicitor

Jessica Whittick

“I’m enthusiastic about solving legal problems and I hope that my work at Tozers will help to empower our clients and give them the confidence to understand and use the law.”

Jessica is a Solicitor in the Litigation & Employment Team.

She joined Tozers in March 2021 as a trainee solicitor and qualified in March 2023.

She enjoys problem solving and has a background in investigations, having worked as an intellectual property analyst for a trade mark research and brand protection firm before joining Tozers. Alongside general litigation matters, Jessica advises clients on a broad range of intellectual property law including protection, enforcement and disputes, with a focus on trade marks and copyright.

During her training contract she spent seats in Affordable Housing, Residential Property and an extended seat in Litigation & Employment.

Jessica obtained her LLB (European) dual qualification in English and German Law from the University of Exeter and obtained an LLM in European Law from the University of Saarlandes. She obtained her second LLM in Maritime & Commercial Law from the University of Exeter in 2018.

Jessica enjoys watching Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park and horse riding. She mentors law students, is passionate about neurodiversity, and collaborates with the Pathways to Law programme at the University of Exeter. Jessica has been on the Devon & Somerset Junior Lawyers Division committee since 2021. 

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World IP Day: In Conversation With an Intellectual Property Lawyer

Posted on 26th April 2024 in Intellectual Property

Jessica Whittick is an intellectual property (IP) solicitor in the Litigation & Employment team at Tozers. She advises on all aspects of IP including registration, assignment, licensing and enforcement, including defending infringement claims.

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Registered Provider Reprimanded by the ICO – What Are the Key Takeaways?

Posted on 25th April 2024 in Dispute Resolution

This month the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) reprimanded Clyde Valley Housing Association, a registered provider of social housing, for exposing the personal data of 139 people after the launch of a new online customer portal.

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