UK and European Patent, Design and Trade Mark Attorneys
We provide intellectual property services to clients in the UK, the European Community and throughout the world.
ALWAYS IP ALERT
We bring a fresh approach to the provision of all intellectual property services, including Patents, Trade Marks, Designs and copyright.
We offer high quality and commercially-aware advice, backed by each of our attorneys' extensive experience in the intellectual property field. We act for clients ranging in size from individuals, SMEs, universities to large multinationals.
All our attorneys are experienced in offering sound and cost effective commercial advice.
GET IN TOUCH
We have offices with attorneys offering a full range of brand protection, intellectual property and copyright services.
What Our Clients Say
“Harrison IP has been the go-to firm of patent and trade mark attorneys for Scottish Health Innovations Ltd. (SHIL) for several years now.
Their expertise and attention to detail in developing and growing the complex portfolio of NHS Scotland IP which SHIL holds on behalf of health boards has been invaluable and their knowledge of the health care and medtech sectors is second to none.”Dr Robert Rea, SHIL
Helping untangle the Intellectual Property web.
We'll help you keep up to date with the latest IP news and laws.
Registered intellectual property rights, such as patents, registered designs, or trade marks, are a powerful deterrent to competitors who may be “inspired” by your brand or technology. This is in large part because they are considered prima facie valid; this means, in essence, that they are valid until proven otherwise (usually by the person you’re … Read More
First things first: what do “parallel trade” and “exhaustion of rights” mean? When goods that are protected by intellectual property (IP) are placed on the market by the IP owner, or with their permission (e.g. by a licensee or distributor), the IP owner “exhausts” their rights in that territory. This means that they cannot stop … Read More
If you’re wondering what will happen to your registered EU trade mark and design rights in the UK at the end of the Brexit transition period – currently set for 31 December 2020 – here’s the answer. Whatever happens with the ongoing negotiations between the EU and the UK, your EU-level trade mark and design … Read More