Glasgow, April 21st, 2022. Leading intellectual property firm, Mark & Clerk, has relocated to state of the art new offices in Glasgow’s city centre, effective immediately.
The modern facility occupies a prime position on the corner of St. Vincent Street and Wellington Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s central business district, and has been designed to facilitate hot-desking and hybrid working.
“Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the two-stroke engine, was born in Glasgow in 1854 and went on to co-found Marks & Clerk - we are delighted that our ties to the city continue to be as strong now, as they were then,” said Richard Gibbs, Glasgow Office Managing Partner, Marks & Clerk.
“In the wake of returning to the office after COVID-19, I am thrilled our new office not only supports a new way of working for our colleagues, but also has a new state of the art video conferencing set-up to help facilitate a change of culture for the Marks & Clerk method of working.” added Richard.
Marks & Clerk’s Glasgow office has a particular strength in mechanical engineering, electronics and energy (renewables and oil and gas), and has a thriving domestic and international life sciences (pharmaceuticals and biotechnology) practice. From patentability opinions and drafting to infringement and opposition advice, the office can provide specialist and tailored intellectual property services to support businesses of all shapes and sizes.
New office address:
Marks & Clerk,
176 St. Vincent Street,
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