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Move to protect name in law.

STAFF at Coventry Law Centre have welcomed moves to protect the name with a trademark.

The Law Centres Federation has acted to distinguish itself, and protect itself and users from other legal providers using the name.

The Coventry Law Centre, in Broadgate, city centre, has been delivering legal advice and representation to city people for over 25 years.

It is widely recognised as the key provider of legal advice and representation in social welfare law.

Manager Crispin Passmore said: "Our reputation is crucial to us. Many people are scared of going to solicitors and don't realise that the Law Centre can advise and represent them at court without charge to them.

It is important that the new trademark allows us to stop others from using the Law Centre name when they do not meet our high quality standards and commitment to the community."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 23, 2003
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