We are a full service IP practice of Patent and Trade Mark attorneys based in London in the UK. We support clients throughout the entire life cycle of Intellectual Property rights. We are experienced litigatrors and regularly represent clients before UK Courts, at the European Patent Office, OHIM and before UKIPO tribunals.
We specialise in successfully obtaining and enforcing intellectual property rights for clients, ranging from multinationals, SMEs, start-ups and private inventors. The firm is expert in all aspects of UK and European patent, trade mark and design law, with notable technical expertise in medical devices, computing and software and pharmacology.
We are frequently selected over other firms due to the manner in which we provide a cost effective marriage of our expertise with advice and services relevant to the business needs of our clients.
We don't believe "one size fits all" and are willing to tailor our services to meet the needs and business requirements of the client.
Meetings and Presentations:
R&D and Patent Box - 26 March 2014
Ian Tollett co-presented a seminar with Roy Maugham, head tax partner at UHY Hacker Young. Practical advice was provided about how innovation in your business could result in significant tax savings, as well as explaining the patent process and how protecting your innovation can provide you with an important commercial advantage. The event took place at the UHY Hacker Young London office.
INTA Hong Kong - May 2014
John Reddington represented Williams Powell at the 2014 INTA annual conference in Hong Kong.
Sarah Georgiou is attending the Asian Patent Attorneys Association's meeting in Vietnam between 19 and 22 October 2013 and looks forward to meeting clients, friends and making contact with you there.
BBC World Business News and BBC World Business Report 11 December 2012: EU Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court
Jonathan Exell was featured tonight on the BBC's World Business News and World Business Report. Jonathan discussed the effect of the European Parliament's approval earlier today of the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court.
Subject to ratification by EU member states, the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court will come into effect on 1 January 2014. The European Patent Office is to manager the system up to grant with infringement being considered locally or in the Central Division Court (split between London, Paris and…