Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the two-stroke engine, was born in Glasgow in 1854 and went on to co-found Marks & Clerk. By helping to protect the emerging technologies of heavy industry, our Glasgow practice was also ‘Clyde-built’. Today, our Glasgow office is situated at the Aurora building in the heart of the city’s business district where our UK and European Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys work to protect innovation and brands of all kinds.
Our Glasgow office has particular strength in depth in mechanical engineering, electronics and energy (renewables and oil and gas), and has a thriving domestic and international life sciences (pharmaceuticals and biotechnology) practice. It also has a highly experienced trade mark team whose attorneys advise household names across the world on brand protection and exploitation, from luxury goods to internet services to food and drink. The office can provide specialist intellectual property services support businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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