Protecting innovation
in engineering
and physics.

Where science meets industry

In the Engineering and Physics sector the biggest challenge is in innovating to stay ahead of the competition. Even companies with well-established IP portfolios and a successful product range can’t afford to be complacent. We can help you to ascertain the novelty and patentability of your innovation as well as establishing whether you have freedom to operate without fear of infringing. We can advise you on protecting all aspects of your innovation from individual components to construction techniques.

Our attorneys are not only qualified in all areas of engineering, but many of then have worked in industry, gaining invaluable insights into your working environment.

We’re working in many areas of the Engineering and Physics sector including:

  • automotive engineering
  • rail, air and marine transport
  • security printing
  • optics
  • aeronautical engineering
  • solar energy
  • water technology
  • agricultural engineering
  • packaging
  • cardboard and plastics
  • medical devices
  • metal and plastics extrusions
  • robotics
  • fluid dynamics
  • chemical engineering
  • brewing processes

Our attorneys are experts in their own field, but they also understand yours.

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