Patents provide valuable protection for inventions.
They give businesses an edge over their competitors, help them to attract investment, and provide commercial opportunities through licensing or assignment.
Our IP lawyers can provide you with advice on the commercialisation of these patents and patent disputes across a broad spectrum of technical disciplines.
We advise a wide range of clients, from small UK businesses to leading international industrial corporations. We have in depth knowledge and experience of a range of technical fields, including medical devices and advanced healthcare products, engineering, chemicals, financial services and telecommunications.
Our expertise includes:
- Advising on patent protection and working with trusted patent attorneys to obtain cost effective patent protection suitable to meet your commercial needs and budget
- Disputes and issues related to disputes, including: patent infringement; validity, ownership, amendment and licensing, both in the UK and on a multi-jurisdictional basis
- Patent related transactions including the licensing and assignment of patent portfolios and development agreements
Meet the team
Brexit and intellectual property: Gibraltar, the Isle of Man and
Charlotte looks at where else trade mark and design protection may be required following Brexit.
Diversification of landed estates – a trade mark lawyer’s advice...
Mary looks at the diversification of landed estates and offers her expert advice from a trade mark perspective
Brexit and Intellectual Property: one month on
Charlotte looks at the impact of Brexit on intellectual property one month on
IP in a Pod: Social Media
What IP issues surround the use and protection of hashtags, memes, GIFs and stickers?
US Court 'swipes left' on dating app dispute
David Fyfield quoted in Pharmaceutical Journal and MedicalHealthNews on the impact of the pregabalin case for second medical use patents
David Fyfield writes for Intellectual Property Magazine on the impact of Warner-Lambert v Actavis judgment
David Fyfield quoted by Life Sciences Intellectual Property Review on the impact of the Warner-Lambert v Actavis judgment
Mary Bagnall interviewed by Associated Press highlighting prevalent issues surrounding counterfeit goods