Chairman Alice Findlay
Trade Marks: Jan Vleck, Helen Wakerley , Aidan Robson, Tom Sharman, Dr Simon Goodman, Patrick Lloyd
Biotechnology, Chemistry & Pharmaceuticals: Dr Neil Thornton, Dr Philip Bates, Dr Michael Roberts
Electrical, Electronics & Telecoms: Patrick Lloyd, Aidan Robson, Nick Reeve, Pete Sadler
Engineering, Materials & Consumer Products: Alice Findlay, Jan Vleck, Dr Simon Goodman, Will Ponder, Dr Paul Loustalan, Julie Millburn
Software & Business Methods: Patrick Lloyd, Nick Reeve, Robert Sackin
Cleantech: Dr Simon Goodman, Will Ponder
Reddie & Grose is a favourite choice among businesses looking for a specialist IP law firm. With offices in London, Cambridge, Munich and The Hague, the firm’s attorneys handle the full range of IP rights including patents, trade marks, registered designs and plant varieties. Within these areas the team are experts in drafting, filing, prosecution, opposition, enforcement, defence and dispute resolution, and advise on IP strategy at all stages in the development of a client’s portfolio.
Reddie & Grose advises on a substantial number of contentious matters, such as oppositions and revocations, in industry sectors ranging from consumer goods to electronics to pharmaceuticals. With a strong focus on client care, every client is important to the firm and protecting, managing and enforcing their intellectual property is the firm’s number one priority. Providing expert advice, Reddie & Grose pushes boundaries and achieves considerable success on its clients’ behalf.
Reddie & Grose offers services across all key technologies, including electronics and software, chemistry, advanced and mechanical engineering, life sciences and biotechnology. It has a particular strength in electronics and software, which includes work in technology areas including artificial intelligence, manufacturing processes, medical devices, broadcasting, cleantech and financial services — as well as in pure electronics such as mobile phones and their components. The firm’s experience in advising in both the US and in Europe in relation to the patentability of computer software means it is able to provide expert advice on international strategy.
Reddie & Grose has a loyal global client base and receives a substantial proportion of its work from the US and the Far East, in particular. The firm’s reputation for quality and efficiency ensures that it is consistently referred work by a number of leading global law firms. Reddie & Grose helps clients to overcome obstacles by whatever method best fits the strategy for that client. The firm partners with them and gives them recommendations for how they should best protect their IP. As a result, Reddie & Grose is regarded very much as members of its clients’ in house teams.
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