AdamsonJones is pleased to announce that David Gwilliam, Eilidh Pugh and Jenny Vaughan have all been promoted to the position of Partner.
Cory Stobart has passed the set of four Final Diploma examinations for qualification as a Registered UK Patent Attorney.
AdamsonJones recently welcomed two new recruits to its Leicester and Nottingham teams.
The Legal 500 UK 2019 has now been published and we are delighted to report that AdamsonJones has, for the fourth consecutive year, received a Tier 4 position in the PATMA: Patent Attorneys rankings.
AdamsonJones is offering a free appointment service with a life sciences patent attorney or trade mark attorney for BioCity Nottingham and MediCity Nottingham tenants during the month of November.
AdamsonJones is one of three Midlands-based companies taking part in an international trade mission to Mentor. The trade visit aims to encourage collaboration between the two region's life science and biomedical companies.
On Saturday 29 September, three of our AdamsonJones colleagues will be taking to the skies at Langar Airfield to undertake a tandem skydive.
Sri Dhevi Santhana Dass recently passed the last two exams required to become a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney.
AdamsonJones has helped more Nottinghamshire companies protect their inventions overseas through the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) than any other rival firm of patent attorneys in the county.
In the recent decision, T1665/16, the Boards of Appeal discussed the ability of a third party to intervene at the appeal stage and, in doing so, introduce new prior art documents into the proceedings that would be inadmissible if they had been filed by an opponent already party to the proceedings.