Leading intellectual property firm, Potter Clarkson LLP has reinforced its class-leading expertise with a round of partner and associate promotions.
Patent attorneys Tony Proctor, David Carling, Jason Teng and Tom Harding along with IP solicitor, Oliver Laing have all been promoted from senior associate to partner at the Nottingham-based firm, which is renowned for advising clients around the globe on some of the most complex and challenging patent and trade mark cases.
Additionally, the firm has also promoted patent attorneys Deborah Maxwell and Richard Wells alongside IP solicitor, Holly Mitchell, to senior associate, with a number of further team members stepping up from assistant to associate.
The promotions come on the back of a record year of growth for the firm and are testament to its broad range of expertise across the patent, trade mark and IP spaces.
Commenting on the news, Colin Baker, managing partner at Potter Clarkson, said: “We are blessed with some superb talent across the firm and it is particularly encouraging to see so many individuals stepping up to the next level across a range of disciplines.
“2018 is already shaping up to be a hugely busy year for the firm and our new partners and senior associates will all play a pivotal role in furthering our reputation for class-leading work on some of the most complex intellectual property challenges around.”
Bringing together the collective expertise of more than 150 staff (including over 60 attorneys, solicitors and paralegals), Potter Clarkson is one of the largest full service intellectual property practices in Europe with offices in Nottingham, Munich, Stockholm and Lund.