Former Nottinghamshire County cricketer, Darren Bicknell, spoke at a charity event in aid of SportsAid on Friday 8 July at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.
Freya Hine and Ben Jones have passed the Patent Examination Board (PEB) Final Diploma Examinations and are now registered UK patent attorneys.
A lunch in aid of SportsAid, the charity which supports young athletes with financial assistance, raised £834 on Friday 18th March.
AdamsonJones has launched an initiative to support innovative SMEs in the protection of their intellectual property.
Nottinghamshire businesses rallied together on 26 November to help raise more than £400 for SportsAid.
AdamsonJones, BioCity based Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys kicked off a year of fundraising for Nottingham Hospitals Charity in style with some impressive running in the Robin Hood Half Marathon at the weekend.
AdamsonJones has been included in the 2015 edition of The Legal 500 UK rankings, which was published last week.
AdamsonJones is delighted to announce that we will be fundraising for Nottingham Hospitals Charity this year.
Simon Cooper, managing director of AdamsonJones has been appointed chair of the External Affairs Working Group within the newly-formed Education & Professional Standards Committee at the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA)
The theme of the 2020 conference is Sustainable Manufacturing and will discuss strategies for manufacturing products in a way that aims to reduce pollution, energy use and waste, whilst remaining commercially viable.
Although a stay of national proceedings is the ‘default’ position in the UK, the stay was refused in this instance because of the combination of an absolute right of appeal, a minimum of two years to appeal and the potential of the ping pong effect before the EPO.