Lawyers in Taylor Wessing's Cambridge office specialise in Corporate (particularly Venture Capital matters) and Technology/ Intellectual Property services.
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Taylor Wessing’s dedicated Venture Capital group advise both investors and companies on all aspects of investments. Having experience from both sides of transactions, we are well placed to advise on all aspects of the funding process and selected exits.
The quality of Taylor Wessing's venture capital practice was independently recognised in January 2009 with the firm being chosen by the European Venture Capital Journal as "Law Firm of the Year" for 2008.
Technology/ Intellectual Property
We have a group of lawyers advising life sciences, technology and telecommunications companies on all aspects of their commercial arrangements. Many members of the team have worked in-house, been seconded to technology-based companies and/or worked outside the law, for example as computer programmers or in the laboratory.
We are used to advising clients on their IP strategy, helping them to evaluate whether and to what extent they should seek protection for their IP, including brand protection – we have our own trademark filing practice. We are also one of the law firms in England most regularly instructed to act on patent disputes. Our patents group works to resolve disputes where possible, but our success rate at trial is unequalled by any other law firm in England.
A market leader in these areas, we deliver constructive, commercial advice through a partner-driven service with total commitment to our clients.
In addition, we provide a full range of legal services including finance, corporate, employment, tax, real estate, intellectual property and dispute resolution, both in the UK and across the world.
Taylor Wessing clients include leading financial institutions, major corporations, public sector bodies and wealthy individuals and families.
Baroness Neville-Rolfe has stated at a meeting of the EU Competitive Council that the UK will ratify the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court (UPC). This ends months of speculation, following the decision of the UK to leave the EU on 23 June. It improves the prospects of the UPC and the Unitary Patent coming into force as early as 2017.
29 November 2016Read in full
Next Wednesday (23 March 2016), the new EU Trade Mark Regulation will come into force as part of the EU trade mark reform package. Taylor Wessing explains.
18 March 2016Read in full
Taylor Wessing has announced a merger with leading Dutch firm Deterink that sees it gain two new offices in Amsterdam and Eindhoven, covering the main financial and tech hubs of the Netherlands.
2 September 2015Read in full
The brightest stars of the world’s greatest legal profession have been announced by the Law Society, including Taylor Wessing LLP, which has an office in Cambridge.
11 August 2015Read in full
The latest edition of the Taylor Wessing Technology Barometer highlights robust levels of overall corporate activity and in particular an increase in capital market activity.
28 July 2015Read in full
A new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), proposed by the European Commission in 2012 to update and harmonise EU data protection law, has moved a step closer. Law firm Taylor Wessing reports.
16 June 2015Read in full
A new document builder, allowing entrepreneurs and the start-up community to create term-sheets for seed investments, has today gone live.
16 April 2015Read in full
International law firm Taylor Wessing has launched the Tech Focus 100 – a premium, peer-to-peer members' community aimed at filling a gap in the market to help UK tech companies develop and grow.
30 January 2015Read in full