Cambridge (UK)

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Established over a decade ago, our office of European and UK Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys in Cambridge has developed particular strength in chemicals, life sciences (pharmaceuticals and biotechnology), electronics, telecoms, software and clean technologies.

Our Cambridge office works with local, national and international clients to provide specialist intellectual property services experience to support specific commercial needs of all types of commercial organisation.

The remarkable growth of Cambridge over the past 50 years built on the knowledge economy, the ‘Cambridge Phenomenon’ has seen the city and surrounding areas develop a thriving and diverse economy whose strengths include key industries. Our attorneys and lawyers (solicitors) can advise on design  right, IP-related licensing, due diligence and contracts in addition offering patent, trade mark protection services.

Within easy reach of the city centre and local and national transport links, our office is located within the heart of Cambridge’s business district.

Marks & Clerk
62-68 Hills Road
Cambridge CB2 1LA
UK

Tel: +44 1223 345520
Fax: +44 1223 365560
Email: cambridge@marks-clerk.com

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Rayyan Mughal
Associate

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Philip Martin
Partner

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Steven Gurney
Partner

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Trainee Patent Attorney

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