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New Partners

12 August 2019

With an eye on future growth in key technological and geographical markets, we have recently promoted a number of new Partners across our network in the UK. 

In Cambridge, Steven Gurney and Matthew Pinney have been made Partners. Steven specialises in pharmaceutical patents with experience gained working both in-house and in private practice. Matthew meanwhile specialises in electronics, mobile telecommunications, software and mechanical devices and has experience of patent applications in the UK, Europe, USA and Asia.

In Marks & Clerk's Manchester office meanwhile, James Stott has also been promoted to Partner. James specialises in patent matters in the field of electrical engineering including lithography, nanotechnology, analogue and digital electronics and computer implemented inventions.

For further details, please contact:
Liam Thompson
lthompson@marks-clerk.com

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