Chris Morris (Partner) - Bristol (UK)

Chris Morris



  • UK and European Trade Mark Attorney


  • LLB (Hons) (University of Bristol)


  • Englisch

Chris began his career at Haseltine Lake in 2002 and qualified as a UK and European Trade Mark Attorney in 2009. Having left the firm that year, Chris joined a leading law practice, where he spent almost 8 years as part of the wider intellectual property team. He then returned to Haseltine Lake in 2017.

Chris's work focusses on trade mark clearance, registration and contentious proceedings at, and appeals from, the UK and EU Intellectual Property Offices, and overseas. He has particular experience of overcoming inherent registrability objections and has devised overall IP strategies for large businesses, along with worldwide brand protection and enforcement strategies. 

Clients value Chris's "superb, timely, commercially focussed advice" and he has experience of providing commercially appropriate advice across a broad range of sectors and clients, from global multinational brands in the fashion, media & entertainment and food & drink industries, to small businesses.

Chris is a member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys and is regional Events Coordinator for the south west, with responsibility for organising CPD events in the region. He also regularly contributes case reports to the CITMA Review. In addition, he is a committee member of the International Trademark Association (INTA). 

Kontakt Chris Morris (Partner)
Adresse Redcliff Quay,
120 Redcliff Street,
BS1 6HU Großbritannien
T: +44 (0) 117 910 3200
F: +44 (0) 117 910 3201

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