UK & European Patent Attorneys | Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys

To Protect Ideas & Assets

IP Services for Life Science sectors

PATENTS, TRADE MARKS AND DESIGNS

WE HELP INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES OF ALL shapes and SIZES

Schlich is a unique team of European Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys based in the South of England. Since 2004, we’ve helped our clients acquire, and defend, their IP assets, helping them to build and grow successful businesses based on their IP assets.

We draft and file patent applications, get them granted and enforce them. We also prepare and file trade mark applications and prosecute them to registration.

To enforce our clients’ rights, we also represent them in court and other inter partes proceedings (and, where necessary, attack and remove competitors’ rights).

 

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EXCELLENCE IN PATENT AND TRADE MARK LAW

The Schlich Team

Our clients expect and receive a responsive, friendly, high quality and great value service thanks to our experienced professionals. Our UK and European Patent Attorneys and Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys have a broad range of scientific and technical degrees and Ph.Ds from top UK Universities, and have decades of experience advising at cutting edge of legal and commercial issues and technologies. 

We build on our deep experience of prosecution and inter partes proceedings to give the best strategic and practical advice, and to secure the best patent and trade mark protection for our clients’ innovations. Our team does this efficiently, and in a friendly and clear manner, supported by a wider team of highly skilled and experienced legal support staff. 

Latest Firm News

Improving Power Transmission Using Capacitance

Improving Power Transmission Using Capacitance

Enertechnos designs highly efficient power transmission cables using its revolutionary Capacitive Transfer System. An important feature of these cables is that capacitance is distributed along their lengths, which minimises power loss.

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