In any high tech sector, rapid advances in technology make protecting and enforcing IP rights critical for a company’s growth. Our team at Mewburn Ellis has an impressive record of success in this highly technical, complex field.
All our attorneys working in the electronics, computing & physics sectors have degrees, often PhDs, in the physical sciences. They are uniquely well placed to obtain patents for the cutting-edge technologies developed by our clients.
We enjoy working for a wide range of clients including corporates, IP attorneys, start-ups and universities. We have particular expertise working for Asian electronics companies. Our team is always conscious that different clients have different requirements, and we make sure we tailor our approach to match their needs. We have substantial experience across a wide range of industrial sectors, including electronics & electronic engineering, telecommunications, computer hardware & software, semiconductors, medtech and nanotech.
Our attorneys working in the electronics, computing and physics fields also have experience in advising on the patenting of business methods and computer software. It is an area where the law is complex, subject to change and varies between jurisdictions. It is fundamental for anyone seeking to protect business methods or software, to work with a patent attorney who understands the pitfalls. Clients working with Mewburn Ellis can be confident our attorneys will have the highly technical expertise to help achieve the best possible outcome.
One of the lead members of our dispute resolution team has a technical background in electronics and communications. This means our clients can be confident they will be well supported in any contentious IP matters, particularly where infringement issues arise. Our legal services team is also available to support our patent attorneys working in electronics, computing and physics. They have considerable experience both in advising on IP rights during transactions and then, following such transactions, in the recordal of the transfer of worldwide IP rights that is often necessary.
We cover all aspects of obtaining and enforcing engineering patents including: