Emma Bradley Trainee Solicitor
Emma Bradley is a Trainee Solicitor in the Succession and Tax team and is based in our London office.
Main areas of practice
Emma spent the first seat of her training contract in the Commercial Litigation team, working on professional negligence matters, trust and shareholder disputes, judicial reviews and a range of intellectual property disputes.
Her second seat was in the Clinical Negligence department, whereby she worked on a wide range of clinical negligence claims, including delays in diagnosis and treatment, birth injuries, catastrophic injuries and brain injuries.
Emma is currently undertaking her third seat in the Succession and Tax team. Her work includes drafting Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and assisting with Court of Protection applications. She also assists the team with probate matters and undertaking the administration of estates.
Emma also has extensive experience in the field of Healthcare Regulation and Professional Discipline. She has significant experience of advising on and investigating cases at each stage of the Fitness to Practise process. Emma has worked on complex high-profile matters and has conducted investigations in a full range of cases.
Emma works with a variety of clients ranging from private individuals, entrepreneurs, trustees and deputies for vulnerable clients.
After consulting on changes to patent fees last year, the UK's Intellectual Property Office ('the IPO') has now confirmed that UK patent fees will increase as of 6 April 2018.
Articles by Emma
After consulting on changes to patent fees last year, the UK's Intellectual Property Office ('the IPO') has now confirmed that UK patent fees will increase as of 6 April 2018...
Adidas has filed a claim at the United States Patent and Trademark Office to oppose a trademark application submitted by ELEAGUE. Our expert explains what has happened in the case so far.
IPO report states increase in illegal streaming devices as one of the emerging themes surrounding digital copyright infringement
A new report has cited illegal streaming devices as one of the biggest challenges for leading intellectual property protection organisations. Here, our expert explains the steps that are being taken to combat digital copyright infringement.
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