Wynne-Jones IP welcomes 'talented' trade mark attorney to bolster team

Wynne-Jones IP welcomes 'talented' trade mark attorney to bolster team

Don Pennant joins the firm bringing a wealth of private practice and in-house legal expertise plus significant experience in advising large corporations and individuals, along with managing brand portfolios for world renown companies including Aston Martin, Sainsbury’s and Imperial Chemical Industries.

Pennant, of Marlow in South Buckinghamshire, will work across all the firm’s offices in London, Cardiff, Cheltenham and Telford, enhancing its offerings in clearance for use, prosecution through to registration, and handling contentious issues.  Don’s expertise, experience and “talent” is a welcome addition to the team, according to Wynne-Jones’ Trade Mark Partners, Victor Caddy and Gareth Jenkins.

Gareth said: “Don is a great addition to the Wynne-Jones Trade Marks Team and we look forward to seeing how his skills can enhance our offering here at Wynne Jones IP.

“He has built up a range of diverse experiences across a number of areas, which we’re sure will be of significant benefit to our clients.

“He is a hugely talented Trade Mark Attorney whose experience speaks for itself”.

Victor added “We look forward to watching Don grow and progress within our Trade Marks Team and within the Wynne-Jones family generally, and should like to officially congratulate him on the new role.”

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