Firms To Watch: Intellectual property

Wirral based Asenda Law Ltd has carved out a niche for IP enforcement and licensing work for fonts and font software. The firm has also expanded into sports design right work. Ben Prangell and Tom Broster are the key names to note.
Browne Jacobson LLP‘s IP team assists with brand licensing, collaboration and funding agreements for a range of clients, including those in the sports and charity sectors. Cat Driscoll is the name to note within the Manchester team.
Forbes Solicitors is developing an IP practice from within its commercial law team, based in the firm’s Preston office. The practice handles licensing, trademark registrations and oppositions and the management of trademark portfolios for a number of tech and retail companies. The key names are IP specialist associate Daniel Fletcher – the driving force behind the growth of this practice at the firm – and commercial practice head John Pickervance.

Intellectual property in North West

Addleshaw Goddard

Addleshaw Goddard has the capability both to act in complex IP litigation and to advise on non-contentious brand strategy and management, with its support for growing sports brand Castore being a case in point. The practice is led by Paul Bentham, who has great experience in brand and design protection, as well as in advising on the intellectual property implications of company acquisitions and joint ventures. Further key names include Nadine Waters, who is experienced in pharmaceuticals industry IP, and Tim Carter, who focuses on trademark work in the retail sector.

Practice head(s):

Paul Bentham

Other key lawyers:

Nadine Waters, Tim Carter; Claire Edwards


‘The individuals are highly responsive and educate us in the matters at hand. They are also very commercial and see the ‘bigger picture’, which is very helpful.’

‘Paul Bentham continues to be the “go to” non-contentious IP lawyer in the North West.  He draws upon exceptional experience in the private, public, third and financial sectors –  consistently delivering highly successful outcomes for his clients.’

‘Nadine Waters is a perfect extension of an in-house function and works seamlessly with both in-house counsel and their internal stakeholders.  The team as a whole (including new additions) are “no-nonsense” and provide solid commercial advice and solutions.’

Key clients

The Co-operative Group Limited

J. Carter Sporting Club Limited T/A Castore



Samworth Brothers Group

Associated British Foods plc

Travelodge Hotels

Lakeland Limited

William Hill

BooHoo Group Plc

Work highlights

  • Supported Castore on numerous matters as it has sought to grow its brand through the entry into sponsorship and apparel supply agreements, including agreements with Champions League and Premier League football clubs and Silverstone Circuit.

Foot Anstey

In April 2023, Foot Anstey acquired Clarke Willmott LLP‘s Manchester intellectual property team. While Foot Anstey’s IP practice is primarily based across the firm’s offices in the South and South West of England, the key names in the Manchester practice have remained based in the city. Litigator Andrew Stone has experience in trademark infringement cases with precedent setting implications before both the English & Welsh Court of Appeal and the CJEU. The practice also regularly assists with trade mark filing. The practice caters to a range of international brands in a variety of sectors including fashion, transport, tech and gaming. Former practice head Roy Crozier departed to Ionic Legal in 2024.

Other key lawyers:

Andrew Stone


‘Andrew Stone is not only good at the detail of cases, he is great to work with. Very reliable and responsive, and a good communicator.’

‘Andrew Stone provides clear, practical advice – the team run cases efficiently and cost-effectively and achieve excellent results for their clients.’

‘Andrew Stone is a pleasure to work with.’

‘Andrew Stone is not only good at the detail of cases, he is also great to work with. Very reliable and responsive, a good communicator.’

Brabners LLP

Assisting with trademark filings and oppositions, patents, licensing and branding and design strategy, Brabners LLP has a comprehensive intellectual property offering. The firm is known for its sports sector work and its IP clients including famous regional clubs such as Wigan Rugby League and Bolton Wanderers. More broadly, the firm assists a large list of clients in sectors including tech, retail and logistics. The practice is led by tech sector specialist Colin Bell, who is experienced in brand management and strategy, filing and prosecuting trademark applications. Nik White works on the commercial aspects of IP. Legal director Hannah Fawcett and senior associate Hayley Morgan, an energy sector expert who holds a chemistry degree, are also key.

Practice head(s):

Colin Bell

Other key lawyers:

Nik White; Hannah Fawcett; Hayley Morgan


‘Potential clients should know about their depth of experience and responsiveness. Brabners build good long term relationships.’

‘We deal with Hannah Fawcett who is excellent. Gives solid advice, delivers on time and offers good value for money. We have dealt with other lawyers who are not as pro active and forward thinking. Hannah answers questions promptly and we feel well supported in a complex area.’


Key clients

Alder Hey Childrens Charity

Beaverbrooks the Jeweller Ltd

CORGI Services Limited Limited

Cataclean Global Limited

FAUN Trackway Limited

H.G. Stephenson Limited

International Sport Group Limited

James Hall & Company Limited (NW Spar Franchise Operator)

Lancashire County Cricket Club

Leicester City FC

LiverBuildingCo Ltd

Manchester Sale Rugby Club Limited (Sale Sharks)

Manchester United Foundation

Regatta Limited / Craghoppers Limited / Hawkshead Outdoor Limited

T.J. Morris Limited (Home Bargains)

Tall Group of Companies; Checkprint Limited; DLRT Limited

Vascular Perspectives Limited

Yodel Delivery Network Limited

4Cast Investment Group Limited

Aeris Technology Limited

Aesthetic Technology


Alder Hey Childrens Charity

Alfa Leisureplex Group Ltd, David Urquhart Holidays Ltd

Alphavet International Limited

Angel Revive Ltd

Apollo Generics Ltd

Arcadia Invest AG

Atlas Copco Limited

Beaverbrooks the Jeweller Ltd

Bolton Wanderers Football Club Transport Ltd t/a and (UK and US subsidiaries of Priceline Inc)

British Association for Shooting and Conservation

Canpol Spolka

Cataclean Global Limited

CBDSportcom Ltd

Chargepoint Technology Limited

Churchill Graham, Lda

Circa5000 UK Limited

Citadel LLC (KCG IP Holdings Limited)

College of Paramedics

Coffee Panna Ltd

Cogent Breeding Limited

CO Research Trust

Content Renewables Limited

Cornwall Rugby league Football Club Limited

CORGI Services Limited

Crane Ltd

Creative Scalps Limited

Crimpit Group Limited

Dark Horse Comics Inc

Dean West (Executors of)

Degussa Bank Limited

Design Candy Limited

Dinner Lady Fam Limited

ECF Holdings LLC

EduCareToons Limited

Elizabeth Ashurst

EMDR Association (UK)

Eocito Ltd

EPG Business Ltd T/A Epic risk Management

Etci Mehmet Manchester Ltd

Evidential Limited

FAUN Trackway Limited

FitX Beteiligungs GmbH

GM Group

GoJoe App Limited

GoLingo Limited

Greystone House Brands Limited

Gusbourne Estate Limited

H&O Distribution Ltd T/A Primalash

Her.9 Group Limited

H.G. Stephenson Limited

Horse and Jockey Melling Limited

Hospital Compare Ltd

HR Healthcare Limited; Webcare Group Limited

HTTPool Holding UK Limited

Icon Lifesaver Limited

International Sport Group Limited

ION Property Developments Limited

James Hall & Company Limited (NW Spar Franchise Operator)

JMG Group Limited

Kindr International Limited

Kin Probate Limited

L10N Media pte Ltd

Lancashire County Cricket Club

Leicester City FC

LIG Nanowise Limited

LiverBuildingCo Ltd

Lyrical Communications Limited

Manchester Sale Rugby Club Limited

Manchester United Foundation

Music Alchemy

Mr Lyan Studios Ltd (Ryan Chetiyawardana)

MyShoots Limited

Nazdar Ltd

Newtral Waste Limited


Oxford Sandy and Black Pig Group

PB Manchester Limited

Polski Koncern Naflowy ORLEN S.A.

Portfolio Eleven Limited

Primalash Limited

Quartermaine Brands Ltd, Quartermaine Distribution Ltd

Razor Vision Group Limited

Reclaim Project Ltd

RedX International Cz s.r.o; RedX International Limited

Regatta Limited / Craghoppers Limited / Hawkshead Outdoor Limited

Revolution Foods Limited

Showcase Interiors Limited

Simply Design Group Limited

Surrey Lawn Tennis Association

Takepayments Ltd

Tall Group of Companies; Checkprint Limited; DLRT Limited

Tectores Limited

The Christopher Harrison Group Ltd

Thomas George Pegram

Thoubis Limited

Thread 35 Limited (Sosandar)

TJ Morris Limited (Home Bargains)

Ulemco Limited

V1ce Limited

Valves Instruments Plus Limited

Vascular Perspectives Limited

vTime Limited

Wasserman Media Group

We are Incognito Limited

We Care 4 Air Limited

Werner & Mertz GmbH

Wigan Rugby League Club Limited

XLCR Vehicle Management Ltd

Yodel Delivery Network Limited

Work highlights

  • Advised Limited on Trade mark filing strategy which included tech-specific considerations in relation to their cryptocurrency, NFTs, blockchain, e-sports and gaming businesses, trade mark filing of GAIMIN trade marks and Oppositions including from Guardian Media Group.
  • Assisting CORGI Services Limited on the branding and licensing strategy, including in particular 18 new trade mark applications and agreements including with Ovo Energy.
  • Advised Crimpit on its patent, trade mark and design strategy and portfolio worldwide including in particular trade mark and design filings in UK, USA, Australia, EU and Canada.


Brandsmiths’ specialist IP team in Manchester is particularly well regarded for its IP litigation experience, acting for a varied range of brands and household names in claims up to the Supreme Court. Michael Forrester leads the practice and is actively involved in disputes relating to registered and unregistered designs, trade marks and passing off. Experienced IP litigators Andrew Lee and John Battersby are also noted, along with football industry specialist Tom Keane and Jacob O’Brien, who regularly acts for technology companies. Claire Meyers joined the team in 2022, adding to the firm’s litigation expertise.

Practice head(s):

Michael Forrester

Other key lawyers:

Andrew Lee; John Battersby; Tom Keane; Jacob O’Brien;Claire Meyers

Key clients

Lifestyle Equities CV

Iconix Brand Group (Umbro, Lee Cooper, Starter etc)

RW Invest North Ltd


Everton FC

Beyond Corporate / Beyond Group

Night Addict / Whispering Smith

SpectrumX Healthcare

Work highlights

  • Representing Beverly Hills Polo Club in a claim involving key issues of director’s personal liability for intellectual property infringement.
  • Acting for Beverly Hills Polo Club in the Court of Appeal against Amazon in a claim targeting on online advertisements, especially in the way done by the Amazon platform.
  • Representing Iconix in a key trade mark case relating to the Umbro diamond.

DLA Piper

International law firm DLA Piper advises chiefly on licensing and brand protection, with the practice – split between Liverpool and Manchester – often working in tandem with the firm’s branches in other jurisdictions. Lee Brierley is experienced in non-contentious IP work, including brand acquisition and licensing. Peter Brook specialises in intellectual property matters in the technology sector. Corporate lawyer Sarah Bell oversees transactional work in the IP space.

Practice head(s):

Sarah Bell; Lee Brierley; Peter Brook


‘Very forward leaning. Don’t just give a legal view, but works with the client to understand the issue, and helps to resolve. Listens to the client, and works collaboratively to find the best way forward, notifying of any risks. Great company to work with.’

‘Great company to work with. IP can be a very complex area, but DLA were able to clearly explain the issues, and provide workable solutions for all the parties concerned.’

Key clients

Honeywell International Inc

Laura Ashley IP Holdings LLC

Key Group

Premier League

Fluent Money


The Hut Group


Aerocloud Systems

Snowdonia Cheese Co

Trio Healthcare

Graham & Brown


Work highlights

  • Advised Snowdonia Cheese in relation to its strategic global IP and trading arrangements to ensure the protection of its IP and brand.
  • Advised the Key Group in respect of the branding and other IPR implications of its strategic introducer agreement and brand licence with a well-known financial services company.
  • Advised Trio relating to the licensing of its IP rights connected to the purchase of products.


Representing private individuals as well as major companies including BT, DWF comprehensively covers both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property work. Patent enforcements, trademark infringements and licensing are key aspects of the firm’s work, which frequently involves a cross-border element. The practice is led in the region by Asima Rana, an experienced litigator assisting with the protection and enforcement of IP rights The team works closely with the firm’s offices across the EU to deliver clients a cross border service. James Lonsdale left the firm in August 2022, joining Hill Dickinson LLP.

Practice head(s):

Asima Rana

Key clients

James Cropper 3D Products Limited, a subsidiary of James Cropper plc

HHGL Ltd t/a Homebase

BT plc

VioVet Ltd

Proteus Marine Renewables Limited

Work highlights

  • Acting for a private individual in relation to patent entitlement proceedings before the Intellectual property Enterprise Court.
  • Acting for VioVet Limited in defending a trademark infringement claim in the High Court brought by Gibralter (UK) Ltd and VetPlus Limited in relation to a comparative advertising campaign by VioVet Ltd.
  • Advised James Cropper 3D Products Limited, a subsidiary of James Cropper plc, on IP issues and the drafting of a patent licence for licensee manufacture and exploitation of JC’s innovative new second skin, luxury packaging for wine bottles, including for sparkling wine bottles.


HGF Law‘s IP practice has significant capability in the life sciences, retail and education sectors. Practice head Michelle Davies previously worked in the life sciences space and trained in pharmacology before becoming a lawyer. This first-hand industry experience and expertise makes her well-placed to advise on strategic and transactional intellectual property matters in the pharma and life sciences arena, including licensing transactions and co-development. Janet Knowles, who stepped down as partner in October 2022 and now acts as a consultant, also has transactional life sciences IP experience alongside an education sector specialism. Fellow consultant Antony Gold is also key.

Practice head(s):

Michelle Davies

Other key lawyers:

Janet Knowles; Anthony Gold

Key clients

Queens University Belfast

Gyroscope Therapeutics Limited

Novel Technologies Holdings Limited

Amelia Knight Limited YesExtruded Pharmaceuticals Limited

Aptus Clinical Limited

Daresbury Proteins Limited

Nanovation Therapeutics Limited

FibroFind Limited

Perfusion Biotechnology Limited

Rawwater Engineering Limited

Tam Plastik

University of Manchester Innovation Factory Limited

Bettys & Taylors Group

Portmeirion Group PLC


Work highlights

  • Advising QUB on a range of matters including the drafting and negotiation (where required) of agreements such as MTAs, licences, assignments, consultancy agreements, services agreements and research collaborations.
  • Advising Gyroscope Therapeutics Limited on drafting and negotiation issues.
  • Acted for Rawwater on the establishment of an IP joint venture in the form of Wellstrøm AS (a Norwegian company) established by Aarbakke Innovation and K2 Oilfield Services of Norway and Rawwater.

Pannone Corporate LLP

Pannone Corporate LLP has a strong intellectual property offering catering chiefly to major brands in the retail, food and fashion sectors. The firm is particularly proficient in IP litigation, handling sensitive matters including copyright infringements and disputes arising from trademark cancellations. The practice is jointly led by litigator Melanie McGuirk, a specialist in passing off and design rights infringements, and Amy Chandler, who advises on licensing matters and research and development agreements. Associate partner Sarah Bazaraa is an expert in fashion sector IP disputes. The highly experienced Patricia Jones is also key.

Practice head(s):

Melanie McGuirk; Amy Chandler

Other key lawyers:

Sarah Bazaraa; Patricia Jones


‘Pannone have kept up with us every step of the changes in our organisation, and their diligent handling of our cases has played a significant part in our organisation’s success post-pandemic. They are consistently a pleasure to deal with – no matter the query or the request, the team work tirelessly to meet our expectations.’

Key clients

Pets at Home Limited

Beauty Bay Limited

Iceland Foods Limited UK Limited Online Limited Limited

Represent Clothing Limited

Brother International Europe Limited


Kip McGrath Global plc (t/a Kip McGrath Education Centres)

Work highlights

  • Advising Beauty Bay, Iceland and Pets at Home in relation to contentious IP issues.
  • Advising and acting for companies in the boohoo group, including Debenhams, boohoo, Karen Millen, PLT, Nasty Gal, Coast and Miss Pap in relation to contentious IP issues.


As well as providing ongoing support for major sports and retail brands, TLT is consistently involved in high profile intellectual property litigation, including before the Court of Appeal and CJEU. Practice head and 'hugely knowledgeable litigator' Graeme Orchison has a strong record in design rights, trademark and passing off disputes, and is trusted to provide ongoing IP rights protection support by a number of major clients including Matalan and Bet Fred. Also integral to the practice is tech procurement and fintech specialist David Gardner, who advises on tech related IP matters and the interplay between IP rights and data use.

Practice head(s):

Graeme Orchison

Other key lawyers:

David Gardner


Graeme Orchison has long experience with major clothing, shoe and retail brands and knows what those clients need from their lawyers.

Graeme Orchison has a knack of explaining complex issues in simple terms. He is a pleasure to work with.

Graeme Orchison is my key contact. He is a hugely knowledgeable litigator and a very clear communicator. He also has the skill to see to the heart of the issues so as to focus action on the areas that directly benefit the client whenever possible.

Key clients

Alpla UK



Elavon Financial Service DAC

Matalan Retail

J Mac Safety Systems


Boohoo/Pretty Little Thing/Nasty Gal

Brother UK



Yorkshire Building Society

In the Style Fashion

Bluestones Investment Group

LOTUS (footwear)

Clogau Gold of Wales

Blackpool Borough Council


Work highlights

  • Acting as exclusive provider of IP support services to an independent designer, manufacturer and supplier of footwear in the UK and internationally.
  • Currently acting in High Court for J Mac Safety Systems in registered and unregistered design litigation against Q Deck Safety Systems.
  • Providing contentious IP support to a major global brewer.

Gateley Legal

Gateley Legal‘s intellectual property practice is headed by digital technology expert Andrew Rankin. He is supported by the ‘incredibleRobert Lye, who has a high level of experience in design rights and patent infringement litigation, both in defending claims and in enforcement actions. Consultant Jonathan Moakes is also key. Notable clients in the region include New Mills based sweet manufacturer Swizzels and Cheshire camera manufacturing company Harman Technology. John Burns has since left the firm.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Rankin

Other key lawyers:

Robert Lye; Jonathan Moakes; John Buckby


‘They have an excellent team which always gives clear and pragmatic advice and are also able to negotiate on our behalf which is a very rare skill’

‘John Buckby is a clear stand our partner who has run rings around all the lawyers on the “other side ” He responds 24/7 band is always available’

‘We have used the IP team at Gateley several times now. They are extremely commercial and balanced and have helped us navigate through some tricky cases.’

‘We work with Robert Lye, he is incredible. His knowledge and application of it is superb and will always give us every side of an argument and help us make the right decision.’

‘Offer a practical commercial approach with attention to detail’

‘Extremely professional, thorough and commercial’

Key clients

Incanthera Limited

Harman Technology Limited

Stryker Inc

JD Sports Fashion plc

Manchester City Football Club Limited

Microbiosensor Limited

Swizzels Matlow Limited

Salts Healthcare Limited

The Partnership (Licensing) Limited

H&I (Toiletries) Limited

Work highlights

  • Acted for Harman Technology in IPEC action against Ilford Imaging.
  • Acting for Swizzels in its defence of High Court proceedings for trade mark infringement brought by Marks & Spencer plc and Katjes Fassin GmbH.
  • Providing ongoing IP support to H&I Toiletries Ltd.

Kuit Steinart Levy LLP

Kuit Steinart Levy LLP‘s intellectual property team is led by Bruce Jones, a chartered patent attorney, who specialises in cross-jurisdictional patent and trademark disputes, as well as covering IT-related disputes including database rights and software licensing. He is supported by Caroline Brennan, who handles the commercial IP aspect of the practice. The firm supports clients in a number of sectors, including retail and fashion, gaming and construction.

Practice head(s):

Bruce Jones

Other key lawyers:

Caroline Brennan; Ian Morris; Rebecca Bainbridge


‘Timely and responsible service.’

‘Well qualified and robust advice on all matters.’

‘Commercial awareness is a key capability at Kuits. They understood our business and our industry completely. This was essential to be able to help us achieve our goal. We found Kuits to be unique in that they offered a very tailored approach compared to other law firms who have offered a one-size fits all approach.’

‘We worked with Bruce Jones, and particular skills that made him stand apart from competitors were: his overall intellectual brilliance on a wide range of business sectors, his efficiency in case matter management and his communication. He understood our business intimately.’

Key clients

Building Product Design

Pinsent Masons LLP

The Pinsent Masons LLP intellectual property practice is headed by Samantha Livesey, a highly experienced commercial lawyer who also heads the firm’s commercial team and IT practice. The firm is well known for its sports related work, supporting on brand and licensing agreements for the Jockey Club, World Athletics and protein drink brand Huel. The firm also supports major clients in the automotive industry and education sector. Sam Hall and Felicity Parsons are further key names to note in the team.

Practice head(s):

Samantha Livesey

Other key lawyers:

Sam Hall; Felicity Parsons

Key clients

World Athletics


Jockey Club Racecourses

University of Manchester Innovation Factory


Innovative Vector Control Consortium

UNBOXED Festival (Commonwealth Games Festival)

Jlingz e-Sports


Holy Moly

Work highlights

  • Acting for World Athletics on its broadcasting, merchandising and brand licensing contracts.
  • Acting for Jockey Club Racecourses on its intellectual property and brand related matters including advising on sponsorship, collaboration and exclusivity agreements, naming and promotional rights licences, advertising and branding agreements.
  • Acting or the UNBOXED Festival on all its intellectual property contracts relating to the celebration of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is known for its IT-related intellectual property work and provides ongoing support to tech clients like Internorm with the protection of their IP rights. The firm also has a strong litigation record, with contentious work including software licensing infringement defences. Harald Loeffler, who is highly experienced in licensing and passing off disputes, leads the team. Chris Air and Iona Wilson are also key.

Practice head(s):

Harald Loeffler

Other key lawyers:

Chris Air; Iona Wilson


‘Great sector knowledge (tech and healthcare), client focused and able to give commercially balanced advice. Also, provided detailed information governance related advice.’

‘Chris Air – provides advice in relation to key matters of strategic importance to the business.’

‘The team were extremely helpful, knowledgeable and personable. We received an exemplary service from Harald. The team were all friendly and explained things clearly and made everything very clear for us.’

Key clients


Banner GmbH


Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Work highlights

  • Advised international windows brand Internorm about all aspects of the protection of their intellectual property rights in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
  • Defended a healthcare provider against allegations of software licensing infringement by large-multinational software companies.
  • Advising a technology supplier in relation to a complex international project involving open source software ownership and exploitation.

Gorvins Solicitors

The team at Gorvins Solicitors handles both litigious intellectual property work, including high profile defences against allegations of trademark infringement, and corporate transactional work in the tech space. Experienced corporate and M&A lawyer Andrew Curwen leads the non-contentious arm of the practice, while litigator Guy Lightowler, who has a strong track record in trademark and copyright disputes, including cases before the High Court and European Intellectual Property Office, oversees contentious matters. Christian Mancier and Paul Lupton are also key.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Curwen; Guy Lightowler

Other key lawyers:

Paul Lupton; Christian Mancier


‘Great knowledge in all aspects that I have needed’

‘They genuinely care about you and the situation’


Key clients

District Surveyors Association Limited t/a LABC

Innov8 Technology Group Limited

Mondiale Publishing Limited

Sleeper Media Limited

Darc Media Limited

CGA Strategy Limited

Richer Sounds plc

GPC Computer Software Limited t/a Autocab

EF Group Ltd t/a E Foods

William Reed Limited

Work highlights

  • Acted for the Shareholders of CGA Strategy Limited on the sale of 80% of the entire issued share capital of CGA Strategy Limited to Nielsen IQ.
  • Acted for the shareholders on the sale of the entire issued share capital of EF Group Ltd to Foodbuy Europe Limited.
  • Acted for Innov8 Technology Group Limited in respect of their acquisition of Wharncliffe Business Systems Limited.

Myerson Solicitors LLP

Myerson Solicitors LLP assists with the protection of design and production rights in the life sciences sector and is building a significant niche in this area. The gaming industry and education sector are also areas of expertise. The team is jointly led by Carla Murray and Tim Norman. Joanna Colgan is also recommended.

Practice head(s):

Carla Murray; Tim Norman

Other key lawyers:

Joanna Colgan


‘My transaction required expertise in property, commercial and intellectual property and Myerson was able to provide this under one roof.’

‘Both the solicitor, Joanna Colgan, and the partner, Carla Murray, were extremely knowledgeable, helpful and flexible in suggesting alternative solutions to resolve problems and obtain satisfactory solutions.’

‘Strong working relationship with clients, building trust very quickly.’

‘Personable, interested in my organisation, pragmatic’

Key clients

Everything Genetic Ltd

International Pheromone Systems Limited

Panthera Biopartners Ltd

Rimini Systems Limited

Aps Events & Media Limited

AQA Education

TUV Rheinland UK Limited

Meditesting Limited

Work highlights

  • Advising genetic testing company Everything Genetic on the development of cancer testing assay and testing laboratory.
  • Advising pheromone manufacturer International Pheromone Systems Limited on development and manufacturing of products and ownership of rights in products formulae and confidential information.
  • Advised Rimini on the purchase of design rights and hardware for the production of systems to upgrade machines to enable cashless gaming.