Clifford Gouldson Lawyers

IP Head of Section Announced

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Clifford Gouldson is pleased to announce the appointment of Sam Davidson as Head of Section - Intellectual Property.

Sam joined Clifford Gouldson in 2013 and has practised exclusively in the intellectual property area of the firm since that time.  The appointment recognises Sam's role as the driving force behind the continuing growth and development of this highly specialised area of practice.

Clifford Gouldson now provides intellectual property advice and services to a wide variety of large multinationals, national businesses, government and education sector clients, start ups, not for profits and small to medium enterprises.

Sam has a genuine enthusiasm for helping businesses take new ideas and turn them into valuable intellectual property.  Sam offers a critical service for businesses striving for success in the information age.  She assists clients with all aspects of intellectual property advice and protection including trade marks, brand development and licensing and infringement work.

Sam also boasts special expertise in the protection of intellectual property assets of sports entities and international sporting tournaments developed through her work in a boutique sports law firm in London.  Having acted for numerous prestigious clients including the Trustees of the Ascot Authority, the International Olympic Committee, Formula One Management and the Rugby World Cup Samantha brings high level expertise at a rate that is cost effective for Clifford Gouldson clients.

Clifford Gouldson Director Ben Gouldson said, "It's a great pleasure to be able to make this announcement.

"It recognises Sam's commitment to our firm and the hard work she has put into developing the services we are able to offer and in growing our intellectual property client base."

The Clifford Gouldson Intellectual Property section comprises Sam Davidson, full-time intellectual property lawyer Dan Goodman and Ben Gouldson who provides a consultancy role.


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