About Venner Shipley
Venner Shipley is one of the leading firms of European patent and trade mark attorneys, representing a broad range of clients including major domestic and international corporations, SMEs, universities and individual inventors.
Since its foundation in 1947, the firm has grown to provide a full range of services covering patents, trade marks, designs & copyright, domain names and all other aspects of intellectual property, in all areas of science, technology and design. Our services extend beyond rights protection, to involvement in enforcement and licensing activities.
We are particularly proud that so many of our attorneys are recognised as experts in their respective fields by, among others, the Legal 500, where we are consistently ranked within the top 10 patent and trade mark firms.
Our aim has always been to provide the highest standards of service, while recognising that responsiveness and reasonable fees are just as important as technical and legal expertise.
We always seek to understand and involve ourselves in your business, to help you match your protection requirements to your business needs. With prudent management of your intellectual property, we believe that we can achieve positive commercial benefits. By exploiting new developments, avoiding conflicts with the rights of others or determining a commercial value for the intellectual assets of a venture, our team has the relevant knowledge and experience to deliver the right result.
Venner Shipley LLP is a Limited Liability Partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC308202, whose registered office is 200 Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4HD.
VAT number: GB 991240027
Wherever used, the term 'partner' indicates only that the person is a member of Venner Shipley LLP and should not be taken as indicating that Venner Shipley LLP is a partnership under the Partnership Act 1890.
We are regulated by IP Reg and follow its Code of Conduct available at www.ipreg.org.uk
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