Razvan is a solicitor in the Intellectual Property team. 

Razvan's work covers the full range of intellectual property rights, such as: copyright, trade mark, design right, passing off, breach of confidence, patent both nationally and internationally.

Razvan's work is mainly focused on litigation arising out of trade mark, copyright, design right infringement, passing off, and breach of confidence. This includes drafting correspondence, applications, statements of case, witness statements and other documents for IPO proceedings such as statements of grounds, and evidentiary submissions or witness statements. Razvan worked on matters before the IPEC, High Court, UKIPO Tribunal Section and the EUIPO.

In terms of non-contentious work, Razvan's work includes drafting agreements, working on trade mark portfolios and advising clients in relation to any IP aspects of their commercial transactions.

Razvan has also assisted the European Commission with research on "the Study in support of the evaluation of Directive 96/9/EC on the legal protection of databases" and "An Empirical Analysis of the Design Case Law of the EU Member States".

Experience

Examples of notable cases include:

  • Fresh Asia Foods Ltd v Lu [2019] EWHC 638 (Ch)
  • Invista Textiles (UK) Ltd & Anor v Botes & Ors [2019] EWHC 58 (Ch)
  • Fresh Asia Foods Ltd v Lu [2018] EWHC 3644 (Ch)
  • Link Up Mitaka Ltd (t/a Thebigword) v Language Empire Ltd & Anor [2018] EWHC 2728 (IPEC)
  • Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc [2018] EWCA Civ 2211