We are patent and trade mark attorneys.
With offices in London and Swindon, we operate both within the UK and Internationally and provide services in intellectual property protection including patents, trade marks, designs, due diligence, copyright, and domain name registration and conflict resolution.
Our clients are important to us and we understand that protecting ideas, products, designs and names can be make or break for an enterprise and provide expert services tailored to specific commercial needs and financial circumstances.
At Phillips and Leigh, we pride ourselves on working closely with our clients to get the fullest understanding of their situation and matching both short and long term business strategies with the best routes forward to obtain the required protection.
Whether you are someone with a great idea or a multi-national company with a large integrated IP portfolio, our highly experienced team of attorneys can provide services tailored to your requirements. Our patent attorneys and support staff have backgrounds and experience in a wide range of technical disciplines, including (but not limited to) mechanical engineering, materials science and analytics (including novel carbon materials such as graphene), chemistry and chemical analysis (including electrochemistry), biochemistry, medical technology (including diagnostic technologies), electronics (including semiconductors), information technology and data processing, telecommunications (including telephony, television, and wireless networking), physics and optics. We are proud of our ability to quickly become conversant with our clients’ technologies and inventions as part of the process of obtaining patent protection.
Click here to see our latest practice notes and news articles on recent developments in patent, trade mark, design and other IP law. Our latest articles include notes on the new Trademark Clearinghouse and Internet top level domains and a summary of the recent changes to UK trade mark opposition terms. We are also maintaining a careful watch on developments relating to the Patent Box tax measures in the UK, which came into force in April 2013.
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