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Profile: Potter Clarkson

Potter Clarkson

Potter Clarkson LLP are an intellectual property (IP) firm with an international reputation, advising clients around the globe on their IP rights in biotechnology, chemistry, engineering, computing and a plethora of related fields of science and technology. They offer bespoke, innovative IP strategies based on in-depth research and understanding of the commercial environment, drawn from specialists with backgrounds in both academia and industry. Areas of expertise include:

  • Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals: Bioinformatics, Drug Discovery, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Products and Formulations, Plant Biotechnology, Process Chemistry, Virology.
  • Chemistry: Bulk Chemicals, Cosmetics, Fats and Oils, Formulations, Food Chemistry, Fuel Cells, Materials, Nanotechnology, Patent Life Cycle Management, Petrochemicals, Waste Treatment Technology.
  • Designs & Engineering: Aeronautical Engineering, Ceramics, Interfacing Materials, Railway Technology, Fuel Cells, Medical Devices, Renewable Energy, Telecommunication Apparatus and Components.
  • Electronics & Computing: Bioinformatics and Biochip Technology, Electrical Engineering, Image Processing, Integrated Circuits, Liquid Crystal Displays, Medical Physics, Piezoelectric Materials.

In addition to this, Potter Clarkson offer IP legal services in both dispute resolution and trade mark registration – striving to obtain commercial success for their clients. Their team includes 7 of fewer than 100 patent or trade mark attorneys who are permitted to act as Patent or Trade Mark Litigators in the UK.

These broad areas of expertise overlap with the wide range of Technical Interest Groups at SCI, including Food, Fine Chemicals, Colloid and Surface Chemistry, Materials, Electrochemical Technology and Environment, Health and Safety.

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