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20 August, 2015 - 14:47 By Tony Quested

European Trademark attorneys move into Cambridge bio cluster

Alex Turnbull, director at Turnbull Lynch Intellectual Property

European patent and trademark attorney TLIP – Turnbull Lynch Intellectual Property – has set up in the Cambridge UK BioMedTech cluster. The firm has taken a suite in The Mansion House at Chesterford Research Park.

TLIP was founded in 2014 by leading attorneys from a national firm in response to the market pull towards smaller, niche, regional practices that can effectively compete with the larger, London-based firms.

TLIP assists clients from the very start of the innovation process; helping to establish frameworks within which ideas can flourish and be protected, through to preparing and policing intellectual property (IP) revenue streams, trade mark prosecution and the registration of designs, design right and copyright.

The practice at Chesterford is particularly strong in the fields of computer science and engineering.

Director Alex Turnbull said: “Chesterford is absolutely right for TLIP. We work closely with some of the most innovative and exciting companies in Cambridge, including ARM, Xaar, Eight19 and the University of Cambridge and the park’s proximity to the city enables us to develop close working relationships with our clients. 

“As well as easy access, Chesterford provides us with beautiful surroundings in which to work and a highly professional Park team that have been extremely welcoming, making our transition here seamless.”

The team based at Chesterford will be further enhanced by the arrival of an experienced chemistry patent attorney later this year, bringing the total number of attorneys based at the park to 10.

This speciality will complement the computer science and engineering team and extend the reach of TLIP’s services within the region.

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