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Medical Devices & Medtech

Our clients in medical devices, MedTech and pharmaceutical patent protection value the skill and experience that adds significant value to their businesses. They also know how we effectively protect their innovations through the drafting, filing and grant of patents. Our approach is always to provide robust, practical, high-quality patent drafting and prosecution.

Experience and effectiveness with medical patents

Where possible, we advocate litigation avoidance. That said, clients are reassured by our experience and effectiveness when enforcing and defending our clients' patent rights for medical inventions in these sectors. Our team includes engineers and physicists with expertise and research experience in mechanical inventions and instrumentation. By the way, we also have considerable experience of patenting in emerging economies such as China.


Deep technical experience in MedTech

We've been looking after the IP needs of clients like you for over 50 years now. In that time we've worked with a huge range of emerging technology. Examples of our technical experience include the following:

  • Syringes
  • X-ray phantoms
  • Patient gowns
  • Surgical devices
  • Mass spectrometry
  • Invalid care
  • Medical implants
  • Imaging
  • Drug delivery
  • Ultrasound
  • Intubation devices
  • Tomography


Imagine if your IP could work even harder

If you're like most businesses in MedTech and medical devices, you're always seeking new ways to gain competitive advantage with IP. It could be painstaking work on patents and design registrations for new innovations. Either way, because we’ve been doing what we do, and constantly updating our skills, for over 50 years, you can be confident in our capabilities. If the patent process and other IP could work harder for your business strategy, you should have a chat with a patent attorney or other team-member to see what we can do for you. Can you afford not to harness our skills and experience in medical devices or MedTech? We thought not.

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