Our manufacturing lawyers and engineering solicitors understand the commercial pressures that our clients face as they seek to gain a competitive advantage in evolving local, national and international markets.
These pressures include:
The understanding that our team of intellectual property lawyers have of the wider industry issues means that we are able to help with all manufacturing law issues and provide practical engineering legal advice that is tailored to our clients and their businesses’ objectives.
Whatever your sub-sector; whether you are a packaging or a metals manufacturer, an operator in the pharmaceutical, chemical, aerospace or automotive industry, or a supplier to any of them, our engineering solicitors can assist you in resolving the issues which you face.
Services that our intellectual property lawyers provide within the manufacturing and engineering sector include:
Furthermore our links with other professional firms and consultants through our membership of the Alliot Group means that we can assist you wherever in the world you operate.
The head of our manufacturing and engineering team featured in the April 2016 edition of Poultry World, providing tips for food manufacturers when buying poultry feed.
If you have a question concerning any of the engineering and manufacturing law outlined here, or would like engineering and manufacturing legal advice tailored to your business requirements, please get in touch with one of our intellectual property lawyers today. Our main office in Preston can be contacted on 01772 258321.
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