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Reddie & Grose LLP

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Contacts
Chairman:
Alice Findlay
Trade Marks:
Jan Vleck, Helen Wakerley, Aidan Robson, Tom Sharman, Simon Goodman
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, Paul Loustalan
Software & Business Methods: Patrick Lloyd, Nick Reeve, Robert Sackin
Cleantech: Dr Simon Goodman, Will Ponder

THE FIRM Reddie & Grose LLP is an internationally renowned firm of European and United Kingdom patent, trade mark and design attorneys. Over 60 patent and trademark professionals based in London and Cambridge offer services to a wide range of industries, with particular strengths in electronics and software, chemistry, pharmaceuticals, mechanical engineering and biotechnology. The firm’s trade mark team provides specialist advice on branding and trademark work. Reddie & Grose attorneys have extensive experience in adversarial matters such as oppositions and supporting contentious litigation before the relevant UK and European patent and trademark bodies.

The firm’s attorneys are also qualified to represent clients at the European Patent Office, European Union Intellectual Property Office and Community Plant Varieties Office. They also handle work at the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO). Reddie & Grose helps clients identify which countries are likely to be the most important commercially, and tailor a filing strategy suited to their needs and budget. The firm has a vast amount of experience in drafting initial patent applications that are then suitable for further filings around the world. Reddie & Grose trademark attorneys manage global trade mark portfolios for a number of leading companies.

Reddie & Grose has a global client base ranging from SMEs which are just starting to consider IP through to large corporations with rights in over 100 countries.

PRINCIPAL AREAS OF WORK Reddie & Grose’s services are centred around intellectual property which can be registered and the firm specialises in the following industries: advanced engineering, biotechnology, chemistry and pharmaceuticals, branding and design, cleantech and energy, computers and software, consumer products and manufacturing, electronic and electrical devices, financial services and business methods, medical devices and telecommunications, broadcasting and standards. 

RECRUITMENT Reddie & Grose has an excellent reputation for training and the majority of the partners trained with the firm. The firm has developed a bespoke training programme for new trainees which is intended to bring them up to speed with some of the core concepts of IP law alongside practical tuition.