Imogen Fowler works with brand owners to proactively protect and enforce their trademarks and designs across Europe and globally, from brand inception and strategy through to searching, filing, enforcement, anti-counterfeiting and commercialization. Based in Alicante, Spain, the home of the European Union Intellectual Property Office, Imogen advises clients in multiple European languages and has extensive experience in successfully navigating clients through the differences in intellectual property laws across the Europe region.
Natalia Gulyaeva heads the firm’s IP, Media and Technology Practice Group, and the Life Sciences Practice Group for Russia/Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Natalia has a wealth of experience working with clients in the high tech, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology fields. Her diverse practice encompasses portfolio management, dispute resolution, and transactional work. Natalia is praised by peers and clients for “her business sense and clear management style,” is defined as “creative, flexible, and able to guide clients through the specifics of the Russian market,” and a “tough and focused attorney”.
Ewa Kacperek focuses on intellectual property, unfair competition, privacy and e-commerce matters. Ewa brings over 15 years’ experience in drafting and opining on IP transfer and licensing agreements, IP and unfair competition litigation, as well as privacy and e-commerce matters. As a litigator, Ewa has appeared before the Polish Supreme Court on a number of occasions, enforcing the trademark rights of her clients. She has represented clients active in areas as diverse as domestic appliances, mobile telephony, and the food and beverage industry. Whether it is complex loyalty schemes, copyrights connected to commercial centres, domain name disputes, or trademark litigation, Ewa quickly gets to the heart of the problem and solves it efficiently.
Deanna Wong focusses on the international aspect of the firm’s IP asset management, commercial exploitation, development and enforcement of different types of intellectual property rights. She is also responsible for Hogan Lovells Beijing IP and the Registration practice in Greater China. She handles both contentious and non contentious IP work and is experienced in multi-jurisdictional/multi faceted IP strategies. With her science background, she also advises and coordinates the clients’ commercial exploitation of their technology portfolio.