Free IP appointment service for BioCity and MediCity tenants
AdamsonJones is offering a free intellectual property (IP) appointment service with a life sciences patent attorney or trade mark attorney for BioCity Nottingham and MediCity Nottingham tenants during the month of November.
Find out more about intellectual property issues specific to your industry sector from one of our patent attorneys with technical backgrounds and expertise in the following areas – medical devices, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and chemistry.
A patent attorney from our life sciences team can visit your office and provide 1-1 guidance and intellectual property services tailored to your business, for example:
- IP Audit – a qualified patent or trade mark attorney will help you identify the intellectual property within your business.
- Patentability – is your innovation unique or has it been done before? Our patent attorneys are experts in identifying the specific elements that could make the difference between an innovation and a patentable invention.
- Competitor IP – initial discussion and searches to find out what IP your competitors own and how it could affect your business.
- Trade Mark protection –1-1 guidance from a qualified trade mark attorney about trade mark registrability, international trade mark strategy or potential third-party trade mark rights
*One free appointment only per business, to be taken during the month of November.
Meet our Life Sciences Team
David Gwilliam is involved in all aspects of patent drafting and prosecution, predominantly in the areas of biotechnology and healthcare, and is also a key member of our Trade Marks team, having qualified as a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney in 2014.
Eilidh Pugh joined AdamsonJones in 2004, and qualified as both a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2008. Her practice involves mainly patent drafting and prosecution across a wide range of subject matter, predominantly in the chemical, pharmaceutical and biomedical fields.
Jenny Vaughan is an experienced patent attorney, having started her career in London with Albright and Wilson, a speciality chemicals company, before moving to Johnson Matthey, a company specialising in sustainable technologies. Having started her career in the chemicals industry, Jenny moved into pharmaceuticals, working for major international companies including Astra AB in Sweden, and Eli Lilly and Company in the UK. Jenny has handled a wide variety of technical subject matter in the human health, animal health and general chemistry areas.
Katherine Wright qualified as a UK patent attorney in April 2013 and as European Patent Attorney in 2014, and is involved in the full range of patent filing, prosecution and advisory work for a variety of clients, predominantly in the fields of pharmaceuticals, healthcare and related technologies.