Marks & Clerk

Marks & Clerk

Patent and trade mark attorneys and solicitors

Address: 62-68 Hills Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1LA
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.marks-clerk.com/Home/Our-Offices/Cambridge-(UK).aspx
Membership type:Corporate 21-50 (£500+VAT pa)

Marks & Clerk LLP’s patent and trademark attorneys have expertise in all areas of intellectual property protection, including considerable strength in the pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, electronic, hi-tech and software sectors.  Drafting, filing and prosecution of patent, trademark and design applications worldwide.  Patentability and freedom-to-operate opinions.  Due diligence reports.  Exploitation and enforcement of IP rights. Strategic IP advice.

Our solicitor firm Marks & Clerk Solicitors LLP has one of the pre-eminent commercial practices in the East Anglian region, advising clients on commercial contract and intellectual property issues.  Our extensive client base encompasses academic institutions, start-ups and large multi-nationals across a number of sectors, including biopharmaceutical, defence, telecommunications and software.

For more information about Marks & Clerk please visit our website: www.marks-clerk.com

Cambridge intellectual property practice Marks & Clerk named EU’s top patent filer

Leading global intellectual property practice Marks & Clerk - which has an office in Cambridge - has been named the UK’s top patent filer.

22 January 2019Read in full

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Marks & Clerk brings business leaders together for Cambridge IP Summit 2018

Registration is now open for Marks & Clerk’s inaugural Cambridge IP Summit, to be held this Autumn.

21 August 2018Read in full

Mash-Hud Iqbal

Marks & Clerk bolsters UK offering by promoting Cambridge associate into partnership

Marks & Clerk, one of the world’s leading intellectual property (IP) firms, has brought one of its Cambridge associates into partnership, in addition to promoting three further associates to partners across its UK network.

27 July 2018Read in full

Rayyan Mughal

New Associate joins Marks & Clerk Cambridge office

Marks & Clerk Solicitors LLP, one of the leading intellectual property law firms in the UK, has appointed Rayyan Mughal as a new Associate Solicitor of its commercial services team in Cambridge.

15 May 2018Read in full

Esther Ford

Marks & Clerk bolsters UK offering by promoting Cambridge associate into partnership

Marks & Clerk, one of the world’s leading international intellectual property service providers, has brought one of its Cambridge associates into partnership.

2 August 2017Read in full

Optimism in innovation investment as East of England patent applications increase in 2016

The number of European patent applications from applicants in the East of England rose by 11.2% last year, the highest growth in any UK region.

9 May 2017Read in full

New Principal Associate in Marks & Clerk’s Cambridge office

Marks & Clerk, one of the UK’s largest firms of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, has appointed Steven Gurney as a new Principal Associate of its chemistry patents team in Cambridge.

26 January 2017Read in full

Marks & Clerk tops PCT filings in Europe

Marks & Clerk, the intellectual property services provider, has once again come top in Managing Intellectual Property’s annual survey of major international patent (PCT) filers in the UK and Europe, putting it ahead of all other UK and European Patent and Trade Mark Attorney firms.

6 January 2017Read in full

New managing partner for Marks & Clerk’s Cambridge office

Marks & Clerk, the UK’s largest firm of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, has appointed Dr Kirsteen Gordon as the new Managing Partner of its Cambridge office, promoted two of its Patent Attorneys and recruited three new Trainee Patent Attorneys.

1 November 2016Read in full

BIS survey: innovators are busier than ever, but are they missing out by failing to protect?

A UK Government survey shows that innovation levels are increasing, but many businesses are failing to protect their innovation. Emma Foster of Marks & Clerk discusses the issues.

10 August 2016Read in full

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