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With a heritage stretching back to 1894, Boult Wade Tennant has long been regarded as a quality firm producing quality work. As a firm, we nurture attorneys with exceptional technical skills, a wealth of legal experience and a depth of commercial awareness. These assets combine to provide our clients with a real advantage. You only have to look at the recent reviews and league tables to see that this is a view shared by our clients and peers alike.

We place an emphasis not only on the quality of our work, but also on the quality of the service we provide to our clients. Always approachable, down-to-earth and jargon-free, it is our aim to work with you, not just for you. By getting to know you and your business, we can offer practical solutions to the problems you face. “Partnership” and “team work” are more than just words. They are part of who we are: enthusiastic team players, equipped with the necessary technical, legal and commercial knowledge that allows us to partner you in whatever may lie ahead.

News and information

Catherine Wolfe, Partner, represented the UK Trade Mark profession in the recent delegation to China from the UK IPO and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Last week, Partner Catherine Wolfe attended the UK-China IP Symposium in Beijing, in her capacity as Immediate Past President of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.  Read more

Intellectual Property Act 2014: changes to registered design law

UK registered design law is changing with effect from 1 October 2014 when the Intellectual Property Act 2014 comes into force.  Read more

Intellectual Property Act 2014: changes to unregistered design law

UK unregistered design law is changing with effect from 1 October 2014 when the Intellectual Property Act 2014 comes into force. The principal changes relate to the definition of a design to which unregistered rights may apply, the ownership of designs and certain exceptions from infringement of unregistered designs. The Act also addresses aspects of the law on registered designs. These are covered in our accompanying Bulletin “Intellectual Property Act 2014: Changes to Registered Design law”.  Read more