As one of the largest specialist IP litigation teams in Europe, we have the necessary depth in expertise to support you at every stage of a dispute. Critically, we can draw on the deep technical and sector-specific knowledge of our patent and trade mark attorneys. We combine this with the legal and strategic expertise of our highly experienced IP solicitors. The result is a bespoke team that will support you to secure the most commercially effective outcome.


Our experienced licensing experts can help you realise the value in your IP, to further your commercial aims. As a full-service IP firm, we draw on the insight of our patent, design and trade mark specialists in your market sector to ensure your commercial interests are protected for the long term. This collective expertise makes it possible for us to understand your innovation at the deepest level, which means we can maximise the full value from your IP assets.


The easiest way to understand, identify, develop, document and implement your IP strategy.

Carbon capture

Fossil fuels still provide most of the world’s electricity. However, traditional power generation is still by far the largest emitter of carbon.

If the world’s governments’ aims to drastically reduce local carbon emissions are going to be realised, carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies will need to reach a very high level of usage.

Our patent attorneys have already worked on a range of projects involving capture, sequestration, utilisation, mobile carbon capture, direct air capture, oxy-combustion and bio energy carbon capture and storage technologies.

Fuel cells and hydrogen

The current push towards decarbonization, controlling greenhouse gas emissions and keeping increases in average global temperature to below 2° means innovation and investment in the hydrogen economy is about to surge.

Many ways to maximise hydrogen’s potential as an energy carrier are being explored. These include hydrogen fuel cells (most notably hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and portable hydrogen fuel cells), renewable hydrogen, offshore wind turbine platforms and solar power systems designed for hydrogen production, advanced electrolysis, X-to-Hydrogen-to-X as well as new ways to distribute, liquify and compress hydrogen.

However, if these emerging technologies are going to reach the market safely, the innovation involved will need to be protected to protect their inventors’ competitive advantage. This is where our patent attorneys can help.