Lewis Cohen is a partner in the Intellectual Property of Field Fisher Waterhouse. Lewis helps companies to commercialise their intellectual assets.
Lewis advises on a wide range of intellectual property matters, including licensing, franchising, sponsorship, distribution and agency arrangements as well as on broader commercial contracts.
Lewis also advises clients on brand protection and enforcement strategies.
His work increasingly has an international dimension. He has been recently advising clients on their expansion into countries such as Turkey, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait, Brazil, Mexico, Israel, Poland and Greece.
Lewis also has extensive parallel import related experience including risk management and dispute resolution and was involved in the leading European Court of Justice case, Levi Strauss v Tesco Stores Ltd.
Lewis has a post-graduate diploma in Trade Mark Law from Queen Mary, University of London.
Lewis is included in both of the leading legal directories; the Legal 500, 2010 and Chambers and Partners UK, 2010.
Chambers & Partners 2010 ranks Lewis as a Leading Individual in the field of Advertising and Marketing and singles out his sponsorship work. Chambers states that “Sources highlight his pragmatism, saying: “His answers and advice are succinct and thoughtful.””
The Legal 500 2010 credits Lewis with being ‘customer-focused, realistic and innovative’ in the field of Brand Management in which Field Fisher Waterhouse ranks as a top tier recommended firm.
Lewis was been named as one of the Hot 100 Lawyers for 2009 by The Lawyer magazine.