The UPC Sunrise Period has now started
The three-month Sunrise Period for the Unified Patent Court (UPC) began on March 1st 2023 and is currently in progress until May 31st with the UPC coming into effect on 1 June.
Nottingham office move
Potter Clarkson has relocated its Nottingham office to new premises in the heart of the city.
Potter Clarkson creates value from your innovation. We bring vision and clarity of thought to guide you through the complexities of intellectual property for business. As consultants and experts in IP law, we help you understand, create, protect and defend the commercial value of your innovations anywhere in the world.
LITIGATION AND LICENSING
HOW CAN WE HELP?
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View Maximising the value of your business with IP
- Maximising the value of your business with IP
View Protecting the Hidden Value in AI and Data Innovations
- Protecting the Hidden Value in AI and Data Innovations
View Medicon Village Academy: How can you maximise your chance of securing investment?
- Medicon Village Academy: How can you maximise your chance of securing investment?
THE DIFFERENCE WE MAKE
Helping our clients to achieve their commercial objectives is a powerfully motivating force. When we see breakthrough innovations making a difference in the world, it is hugely satisfying and the main reason we love our work.
Global pharmaceutical company successfully defends patent for use of antidepressant medicine
We were instructed by two global pharmaceutical companies, H. Lundbeck A/S and Takeda Pharmaceuticals, to defend an opposition filed against their patent to an antidepressant medication vortioxetine (marketed as Brintellix).
Helping a specialist food supply chain company make business critical decisions on IP strategy
Potter Clarkson’s awareness of strategic aspects of the food tech sector is paying dividends for a novel supply chain start-up in a specialised sub-sector of the food industry.
Full-service IP approach means fast-track robotics SME can focus on growth
With a need to balance scientific invention with commercial objectives, the company needed IP advisers who could both gain the confidence of its scientists and engineers and help it meet its commercial objectives.