Emily Nousios


Emily Nousios is a senior solicitor and is a specialist in all areas of intellectual property law. Emily’s cases have involved a wide range of technologies including pharmaceuticals, non-invasive pre-natal testing (and other diagnostic technologies), medical devices and “clean” automotive developments.

She has worked on claims in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC), the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the London Circuit Commercial Court. She is particularly experienced in litigating cases in IPEC and has advised a diverse range of clients from multi-nationals and luxury brands, to tech start-ups, disruptors and creatives.

Emily advises on and litigates the full spectrum of IP and neighbouring rights, including:

  • Patent
  • Copyright
  • Trade mark
  • Passing off
  • Design rights
  • Database rights
  • Trade secrets
  • Confidential information

She also deals with UK Company Names Tribunal complaints and domain name disputes and has previously been involved in drafting panel decisions for the WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution service.

Emily has particular experience in advising on and litigating breach of confidence and trade secrets claims, especially those involving applications for injunctive relief. In addition, Emily has considerable experience in drafting and advising on confidentiality agreements, as well as in settling disputes through alternative dispute resolutions procedures, especially mediation.

Working across a variety of sectors, from life sciences, automotive, retail and emergent technologies, Emily has considerable expertise in advising on consultancy agreements, assignments, licences and other transactional work, including co-existence agreements, the management of online digital content, website terms and conditions and wider brand management.

Emily is an skilled presenter, who frequently speaks at conferences and delivers in-house training on a variety of IP and retail related topics, including recently on ASA rulings on influencers and on strategies to address the proliferation of counterfeit goods through social media. 

Emily is a also non-practising solicitor of the Republic of Ireland.

In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, gardening, yoga and wild swimming

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