Home - Our offices
London is the quintessential global city and this is reflected nowhere better than in its position as a hub for intellectual property. Located in the capital’s legal district, close to the English courts where many leading IP trials are heard, our London office has significant experience in helping clients protect and maximise the value of their ideas.
The office’s European and Chartered (UK) Patent Attorneys and UK Solicitors have expertise across all technical disciplines and industries including electronics, telecommunications, software, life sciences (pharmaceuticals and biotechnology), chemicals, mechanical engineering, medical devices and clean technologies.
Our European and UK Trade Mark Attorneys and UK Solicitors have extensive multi-national experience in brand selection and clearance, registration, portfolio management and enforcement.
Our London office has a thriving domestic and international list of valued clients including multi-national corporations and SMEs that are either based in the capital or come to London for our specialist IP services. As well as offering patent, trade mark and design right protection services, our attorneys and lawyers (both solicitors and solicitor advocates) advise on IP-related litigation, licensing, due diligence and contracts. We have a long history of successfully managing our clients’ diverse and complex portfolios of IP rights throughout the world.
Our office also has strong links to many of the universities and science parks located in London and around the south east of England. This places our professionals at the source of local innovation.
Marks & Clerk
90 Long Acre
London WC2E 9RA
Tel: +44 20 7420 0000
Fax: +44 20 7836 3339
Marks & Clerk Solicitors
Tel: +44 20 7420 0250
Fax: +44 20 7836 0255
How to find us:
Click here to view a map
Our full Terms of Business can be viewed and downloaded here.
See more of our experts in London (UK)
The introduction of the Unitary Patent (UP) and Unified Patent Court (UPC) will be one of the most significant changes to patent law in Europe since the signing of the European Patent Convention and subsequent creation of the European Patent system. In this briefing report, we look at the details of the new system, the outstanding issues and considerations for patent applicants and litigants, updated to March 2017.
How can applicants delay European patent grant in order to obtain a unitary patent?
© Marks & Clerk 2016T & CCookiesAccessibilityCareersTerms of Business Marks & Clerk France
Click here to view our offices