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AA Thornton listed in Financial Times Europe’s leading patent law firms 2023
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We are delighted to announce AA Thornton and our excellent team of patent attorneys have been recognised once again in Financial Times Europe’s Leading Patent Law Firms 2023.
The Financial Times and Statista provides a report of the most recommended patent law firms across Europe each year, recommended by clients and peers. We are pleased to work with clients and have attorneys with specialisms in the six industry sectors that firms have been shortlisted in. This includes:
Chemistry & Pharmaceuticals
Electrical Engineering & Physics
Biotechnology, Food & Healthcare
Materials & Nanotechnology
IT & Software
We would like to thank those who nominated us in this report, highlighting our patent prosecution and strategy work.
AA Thornton has a long history and has been at the cutting edge of patent protection for over 100 years. Whether you are a large corporation or entrepreneur, our committed and passionate team of attorneys can help advise you on all of your patent matters. You can get in contact with us using the online enquiry form, email email@example.com or call +44(0) 20 7405 4044 to arrange a free and confidential consultation.
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