Welcome to the Reddie & Grose Hub

Reddie & Grose is recognised as a leading patent and trade mark firm. The firm has 23 partners, 44 qualified patent attorneys, 12 qualified trade mark attorneys and 30 assistants across offices in London, Cambridge and Munich. Our attorneys handle the full range of IP rights including patents, trade marks, and registered designs. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
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We sponsor the Intellectual Property sector in the 2019/20 Gradcracker Toolkit

Reddie & Grose is an international renowned firm of European and UK patent, trade mark and design attorneys.
Various sporting activities as well as Christmas and Summer parties take place at our firm!
The firm stands out as being friendly and particularly committed to high quality training.
In 2018, we filed:
3,103 Patents
845 Trade Marks
206 Designs.
We have:
151 Employees
23 Partners
44 Attorneys
25 Trainees.
We currently have three office locations: London, Cambridge and Munich.
Toolkit Sector Sponsor

We sponsor the Intellectual Property sector.

Alex Cope

Patent Attorney

"Upon starting at Reddie & Grose, it very quickly became apparent that this was a firm that also invests heavily in training."

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Nick Reeve

Partner

"I am lucky to work closely with a number of international clients, particularly in Japan, Europe and the US. In doing so, I enjoy the opportunity to look at problems from a different perspective to my own."

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What do they call a ‘Big Mac’ in Europe?

On 11 January 2019 McDonald’s lost their “BIG MAC” EU trade mark registration. The mark had been registered in three classes, covering food, non-alcoholic beverages and restaurant services, since 1998.

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A Bright Future for Solar Energy

A new study led by the Australian National University (ANU) could lead to cheaper and more efficient solar technology. According to the study, the current photovoltaic (PV) cell market is dominated by silicon based technology, which is nearing its theoretical efficiency limit.

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Toolkit Sector Sponsor

We sponsor the Intellectual Property sector in the 2019/20 Gradcracker Toolkit