Rebecca Brenikov is an intellectual property lawyer based in Sydney.
Rebecca focuses on trade mark prosecution, portfolio management, enforcement and exploitation. Her experience includes: trade mark and brand clearance and protection strategies; drafting trade mark specifications; preparing statutory declarations and evidence for opposition and infringement proceedings; recordals of assignment; assisting with the management of intellectual property issues for the acquisition of trade mark portfolios; assisting with the management of trade mark, design and domain name portfolios overseas; advising on trade mark issues relating the opposition and validity of registrations.
Her industry experience includes work in the automotive, fashion, consumer products, technology, media and pharmaceutical sectors.
Rebecca has a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from Southampton University, UK. She is a UK registered Trade Mark Attorney and an Australian registered Trade Mark Attorney.
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