30 January 2015 0 Comments
Posted in Jewellery & luxury goods, News, Opinion

London-based law firm returns to Spring Fair

City solicitors Royds will once again be offering advice to exhibitors at the upcoming Spring Fair international trade show.

An experienced team will be on hand to answer queries from clients in the homeware, fashion accessories and gifts and jewellery industries.

Royds has a long association with the show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC and is the largest trade fair of its kind in the UK.

Stephen Welfare, head of Royds’ intellectual property team and an advisor to organisations such as the British Jewellers’ Association (BJA), has been attending the show for 20 years.

“The Spring Fair is an incredible event which attracts tens of thousands of people from around the world and is an ideal opportunity for companies to come and speak to us about any legal issues they may have.

“Whether you’re a start-up firm or an established business, it is important that your designs are protected. Our team can provide speedy advice about possible infringements of intellectual property laws, as well as answering any other questions or concerns.”

The Spring Fair 2015 takes place from February 1st-5th. More than 300,000 new products will be launched over the course of five days, with around 3000 exhibitors in attendance.

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