UK Trademark Rankings 2024

Reddie & Grose

Firm overview:

Reddie & Grose handles “a lot of the trademark strategy work very well and very effectively”, say peers. The IP specialist handles UK and EU trademark matters, including registration, enforcement and disputes before the Intellectual Property Offices (IPOs). Outside of Europe, the firm files trademarks worldwide, taking into account the differing registration systems and associated costs. Peers refer “trademark registry-based work” to Reddie & Grose, citing the firm as a “safe pair of hands and well-regarded”.

The IP attorneys collaborate for clients with dual-needs, such as Teekay Couplings, a manufacturer frequently developing new innovations, needing patent and trademark protection. The firm has successfully filed marks for foreign companies entering the UK market and a range of industries, including Thai brand Exotic Food and Dutch livestock product company ForFarmers. At the UKIPO, Reddie & Grose has registered marks for automotives leader Jaguar Land Rover, and US consumer products giant, Kimberly-Clark, known for tissue brands Kleenex and Andrex, and children’s nappies Huggies.

Team overview:

Reddie & Grose has 80 IP practitioners located in London, Cambridge, Munich and The Hague with 20 individuals working on trademark matters. The team is made up of trademark and patent attorneys, including individuals with in-house expertise.

Key matters:

Reddie & Grose has successfully filed trademarks in the UKIPO and EUIPO for Jaguar Land Rover. On behalf of the billion-pound luxury vehicle company, the firm registered the marks ‘Land Rover’ and ‘Trophy’ in the UK and Europe, and ‘Defender’ in Europe.


Exotic Food, ForFarmers, Jaguar Land Rover, Kimberly-Clark, Teekay Couplings