Our aerospace team has considerable experience across all fields of commercial and defence aerospace, from passenger jet engines and cabin fittings to military avionics systems and antiballistic materials.
We are experienced in drafting patent applications relating
to aerospace engineering, and successfully prosecuting them through to allowance
in patent offices around the world.
We are also experienced in contentious proceedings in the aerospace sector. Competition between rivals in the aerospace industry can be intense, and may result in the need to challenge – or defend – granted patents through oppositions and appeals before the European Patent Office and elsewhere.
Several of the patent attorneys in our aerospace group are among Europe’s leading individuals at representing clients at such hearings. We respond quickly and imaginatively to arguments raised by the other side on the day. When we defend a patent, we are used to formulating claim amendments dynamically and on the fly, to make a successful outcome more likely.
The aerospace team works across the full range of subject-matter demanded by our aerospace clients, including:
For instance, in the avionics field, we have considerable experience in the areas of:
Whether your needs for our attorneys fall under aerospace patenting and trademarking, or another of our specialist sectors, you are in the right hands. As a The Legal 500 Tier 1 full-service IP law firm, our offices and expertise stretch from London to Paris, to Munich and beyond. We have offices in the UK, France, Germany and Luxembourg, and want to become part of your success story, so contact us today.
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