Established in 2000, AdamsonJones has rapidly grown from our beginnings as a single practitioner firm to a mid-sized boutique, through the recruitment of high calibre personnel and the continual acquisition of new clients. With offices in Nottingham and Leicester and meeting space in London; AdamsonJones can effectively manage your intellectual property requirements no matter your location or business.
Having a thorough understanding of the commercial factors involved means that we ensure you get maximum value from your intellectual property. Obtaining the correct type and scope of protection for your business can help you achieve your wider commercial goals as well as providing greater insulation from the potentially expensive risks of infringing other parties’ intellectual property. Find out how your business could benefit from our intellectual property services.
Adamson Jones’ patent and trade mark attorneys, many of whom hold 1st class degrees or a PhD in a specialist science or engineering discipline, demonstrate an unprecedented level of technical expertise across all IP and technical areas. This ranges from chemistry and biotech to mechanical engineering and advanced physics. We are active in patent, trade mark and design procedures. Meet the team who will effectively manage your intellectual property and the needs of your business.
Investing heavily in our back office systems allows us to be completely client-focused. All our files are stored electronically and simultaneously accessible to all members of staff which means we respond to your queries immediately, giving you a quicker turnaround and reduced costs.
This gives you peace of mind that you are working with a successful firm: a firm with a demonstrable track record of serving a growing list of sophisticated and demanding clients from innovative start-ups to instantly recognisable multinationals. Take a look at our clients.
The World Health Organisation has now called for a broader sharing of knowledge, data and intellectual property in their Solidarity Call to Action, stating that "the single most important priority of the global community is to stop the COVID-19 pandemic in its tracks"