Our IT & engineering team is one of the leading practices in the sector. Our attorneys have unparalleled expertise in this area and work with a wide range of clients, from entrepreneurs, startups, spinouts and SMEs, through to large multinational corporations, research institutions, technology consultancies and universities.
This document is an informal guide to the process of obtaining patent protection. It explains some jargon and addresses many frequently asked questions to guide you along and to help make the process of instructing us simpler. This guide is directed to the patent process. If you require advice on the process of obtaining trade mark or registered design protection please let us know.
This brochure provides an introduction to our firm, and our specialist service areas including patents, trade marks, designs and litigation.
Mathys & Squire’s ability to represent its clients in the UK and Europe is not affected by Brexit. In this insight, we hope to dispel some of the myths surrounding how patents, trade marks and design rights have been impacted by Brexit.
Find out more about this government initiative and how we can help your business to benefit from obtaining patents, both to protect your innovation and enable you to pay a reduced rate of corporation tax on your profits.
Where there is commercial value in your software, we can help you protect it.
Insights into IP protection for biotech and plant-related innovations.
Find out what IP protection looks like for agri-tech machinery, components and systems.
Explore how protecting and commercialising your IP can be the difference between being a startup and transforming into a household name.
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