Mark Holah is 'an outstanding trade mark lawyer' with a forte for brand protection issues.
Mark is a partner in our Intellectual Property Practice, based in London.
Mark is qualified as a solicitor in both the UK and Ireland and is also a chartered trade mark attorney. He has been advising clients on intellectual property issues since 1994. His practice focuses principally on brand protection issues, both contentious and non-contentious.
During his career, Mark has acted for clients in virtually every industry sector and he has been fortunate enough to work with many of the world’s most famous and iconic brands.
Mark is the co-author of "The European Union Trade Mark: A Practical Guide", published by Globe Law and Business in November 2016.
The legal directories have consistently ranked Mark as an expert. In addition he has been listed as a leading individual in the "Guide to the World's Leading Trade Mark Law Practitioners" and the International Who's Who of Trade Mark Lawyers.
Mark is a member of CITMA (the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys) and INTA (the International Trademark Association) and currently sits on the INTA Bulletins Committee. He has spoken on branding issues at a wide range of conferences and events, including conferences organised by INTA and IPIC (the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada), and has lectured at the University of Cambridge as part of its Masters of Bioscience Enterprise. He was the first winner of the Adrian Spencer Award, given to the student with the highest mark in the ITMA finals law paper.