Our patent attorneys, IP solicitors and trade mark attorneys are cleantech specialists
Cleantech is becoming increasingly crucial in our lives. The rulers of most countries are on record saying they know action is needed to protect us against man-made pollutants, improve environmental sustainability and make the best use of renewable energy sources.
And it’s not just talk.
Governments all over the world are setting themselves ambitious targets. The UK government, for example, has committed to ending domestic coal power generation by 2025, for all homes to be wind-powered by 2030, and to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
To ensure this happens, cleantech companies are being offered significant financial incentives to develop, perfect and make available the required technology.
However, as the level of innovation that’s needed to ensure we hit these targets increases, so too does the level of competition. By extension, the likelihood your inventions and ideas could be misused or misappropriated also rises.
This is where we can help.
Our specialist multidisciplinary energy and cleantech team includes patent attorneys, IP solicitors and trade mark attorneys who know exactly how to steer you through the complex world of intellectual property (IP) rights.
We will make sure your most valuable assets are not only fully protected but managed in a way that allows you to achieve the highest level of commercial value from your innovations.
Depending on the nature of your project, we can also call upon experienced attorneys from our chemistry, biotech, and engineering teams with, if required, the full support of our IP solicitors.
Together we will:
- Advise you on the most strategic use of all your intellectual property rights
- Register your patents, designs and trade marks, and help you protect your trade secrets, world-wide
- Provide patent, designs and trade mark infringement and validity opinions
- Conduct patent, designs and trade mark searches and watches
- Defend your IP rights, whether you are attacked via a patent or trade mark office or court proceedings
- Enforce your rights against competitor infringement
- Draft the commercial, IP and licensing agreements you need to capture, protect, and exploit your IP
- Provide a wider commercial perspective you can use to build your business