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The Next Big Challenges
The Electric Vehicle Industry
According to the Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure Report, The UK’s transport sector is responsible for 27% of the UK’s total greenhouse emissions, with cars contributing up to 55% of those emissions. This has led to the automotive industry becoming a target for reducing emissions to make sure that we, along with the rest of the world, achieve net-zero by 2050.Read more
Awards for Keltie attorneys
Managing IP 'Rising Stars'
Congratulations to Keltie attorneys Colin Paterson and Mark Callaghan who have been recognised as Rising Stars in the Managing IP 2022 awards.Read more
Sustainability is a hugely prominent technological sector as public consciousness, awareness and engagement with the ‘green agenda’ grows. As consumers, our behaviour can have a significant environmental impact and this has prompted substantial strategic and financial support from national governments and the UN as they look to industry to develop sustainable solutions, products and technologies.Read more about Keltie's Sustainability practice
The Role of Carbon Capture in Achieving Net-Zero Emissions
We take a look at the opportunities for reducing emissions and government recommendations for industry, as well as some of the forerunner projects in carbon capture, carbon recycling, and hydrogen production. How can we achieve net-zero by 2050, and what role will IP play in this in the future?Read more
Keltie ranked by Financial Times as one of
Europe’s top Patent Law Firms
In a special report based on recommendations from clients and peers across Europe, the firm was recognised for its exceptional standards of service in all technology sectors, with gold awards in IT and Mechanical Engineering.Read More
No matter what your product, aesthetics are invaluable. They are the first impression of a product: the contours, shapes, colours and textures that catch our eye as we see, use and interact with it. Not only does a distinct aesthetic have its own value, but it can enhance function, reinforce brand recognition and loyalty, and drive consumer choice.