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Nik White

Partner - Head of Commercial & IP at Brabners LLP

Liverpool, United Kingdom

About Me

Nik qualified in 1997 and heads up our Commercial and Intellectual Property team. He has broad experience in a wide range of commercial law and provides advice in relation to commercial contract matters, identification, protection, exploitation and enforcement of intellectual property rights; development, supply, licensing, distribution, support, maintenance and outsourcing arrangements relating to IT.

Nik is also a member of the firm's Management Board.

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What others say about Nik:

The Legal 500 2016 describes Nik as 'Knowledgeable' and says he is noted for his 'very commercial and practical advice’. They go on to say that Nik is 'very reliable' and a leading individual.

The Legal 500 has previously described Nik as a leading individual who has ‘fantastic knowledge’, and is ‘able to grasp the situation quickly’. It also goes on to say he is ‘extremely knowledgeable and thorough in everything he does, and has excellent people skills’.

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Good news and encouraging signs for brand protection in China

It is well known that trademark abuse in China is rife. 

Many are reticent to take legal action to enforce their trademark rights there,...

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