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Trainee 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 joined Tozers in March 2021 as a trainee solicitor. She currently works in the Litigation and Employment team and has a particular interest in identifying and protecting intellectual property, including registering trade marks and trade mark oppositions.

Jessica spent her first seat in Affordable Housing. She is scheduled to complete her training contract and qualify in March 2023.

As a trainee solicitor she enjoys having the opportunity to work in a diverse range of departments across the firm. She particularly enjoys contact with clients and taking the time to understand their needs to ensure that the best results are achieved for them.

She has a background in investigations, having worked as an intellectual property analyst for a trademark research and brand protection firm. Prior to joining Tozers in March 2021 Jessica worked for an international estate agent for 18 months in both residential lettings and residential sales.

In 2017 she obtained an LLB (European) dual qualification in English and German Law from the University of Exeter and she spent one academic year studying at the University of Saarlandes. She obtained an LLM Masters Degree from the University of Exeter in 2018 with a particular focus in Maritime and Commercial Law, finally completing a Legal Practice Course at Bournemouth University in 2020.

Jessica is a supporter of Exeter Chiefs and enjoys watching them play Sandy Park. She has a keen interest in languages, specifically French and German. She is the National Representative and Diversity & Inclusion Officer for Devon and Somerset Junior Lawyers Division.

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Trade mark infringement and risk of confusion

Posted on 24th September 2021 in Intellectual Property

Red Bull is in a trade mark dispute with Bullards, an English company named after the founding family that make handcrafted artisan gins and which claim to have used their name since 1837.

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Jessica Whittick

Trainee Solicitor
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Trade mark infringement and risk of confusion - Red Bull in trademark dispute with English gin firm Bullards

Posted on 24th September 2021 in Intellectual Property

Red Bull is in a trade mark dispute with Bullards, an English company named after the founding family that make handcrafted artisan gins and which claim to have used their name since 1837.

Posted by

Jessica Whittick

Trainee Solicitor