Refiling EU trade mark and design rights in the UK
Don't miss out on your UK trade mark and design rights if your EU right was filed but not yet registered on 31 December 2020. Re-register in the UK by 30 September 2021 to get your UK right.Read more about UK design re-filings here...
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
Keltie receives glowing write-up
IAM Patent 1000
We are delighted to have received a Tier 2 ranking for patent prosecution and two glowing write-ups in the IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals. Keltie appears under both the ‘UK: England’ and ‘Ireland’ jurisdictions, reflecting our UK and European presence.Read our write-ups
More so than almost all other scientific fields, our knowledge, understanding and expertise in biology has increased at a phenomenal pace over the past few decades. Since the high throughput sequencing power used in the human genome project was unleashed at the beginning of the 21st century, multiple '-omics' disciplines now characterise a diverse field that offers such enormous potential for medicine, food production, wellbeing and human expression.