Bronock Reid is a partner in the Trinidad practice and head of the Litigation Department. He was admitted to the Trinidad and Tobago bar in 1995 and joined the firm in September 2009. Prior to joining Lex Caribbean Bronock was a partner and the head of the Advocacy Department of a well respected Trinidad firm. He has represented and advised a number of employers, both foreign and local, in dispute resolution and litigation involving their employees and various trade unions. Bronock specialises in civil litigation, contentious intellectual property litigation and employment law.

Bronock is a tutor of trial advocacy at the Hugh Wooding Law School and is a member of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago.

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Registration of Trademarks in Trinidad and Tobago

Presently in Trinidad and Tobago the legislative regime governing trade marks is the Trade Marks Act (‘the Act”). The Act […]