Company News

Serjeants is celebrating 40 years in business and setting its sights on future growth. Founded in 1978 by the late Andrew Serjeant, our team of professionally qualified patent and trade mark attorneys works with a range of businesses from multi-nationals to SMEs, as well as with...

In March this year Serjeants switched to a new case management system – Patrawin®. The new system has allowed us to move a step closer towards becoming a paperless office as well as enabled us to handle cases more efficiently. We hope our clients are...

Following a recent trip to the Far East, Serjeants’ patent and trade mark attorney, Tim Cadman, reports on the intellectual property situation in China and explains the importance of protecting your IP rights: China is an increasingly important country for businesses and inventors to protect their...

Congratulations to Serjeants’ client, Jackloc, which has been recognised with the most prestigious award in UK business, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation. Jackloc are the creators of the original, award-winning universal window and door cable restrictor, which is designed to improve safety for health...

As part of our continued expansion, Serjeants is delighted to welcome Rachel Oldfield to the team, who joins us as a paralegal. Rachel will be supporting clients with patent formalities, providing assistance with filing patents, both nationally and internationally, as well as with cost estimates, legal...

As part of our regional expansion, Serjeants is pleased to welcome trade mark attorney, Leanne Hall, to our growing team. Leanne joins Serjeants as an associate from Rolls Royce plc where she was part of their in-house trade mark team. At Serjeants, Leanne will be advising...

Serjeants is pleased to announce our support of Marketing Derby by joining as Bondholders. Marketing Derby promotes the city in order to attract and support inward investment. They offer a confidential, free of charge service to businesses looking to locate or invest in Derby. The organisation...