Message from nucleus-ip General Manager, Paul Hayman
In light of the current Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic we wanted to advise that we have moved to new ways of working and are continuing to provide the highest levels of service.
Thanks to our well-established flexible working practices, resilient IT and business systems, and our long-standing client-focused culture, we will be operating as normal over this unprecedented period.
Our business recovery plans have been put into operation and our clients and partners are seeing no change to service. We are grateful to report that our business was ready to act as soon as the HM Government updated their advice, and all those working in the UK are now working from home where possible.
Nucleus-IP, formerly the “Trade Mark Owners Association” have been supporting our clients through extraordinary times for over 100 years. We will be proud to draw on this legacy to support our clients and partners as we go through the current difficulties. The way we engage with you may have to change to accommodate new ways of working, but our values and commitment to service remain unchanged.
Please contact us if there is anything we can do to help or support you at this extraordinary time. We are your partner, and will do all in our power to help. We are certain we will get through these unusual events as everyone will be supporting each other.
Please accept our kind best wishes, and our hope that you, your family, and all your colleagues are and continue to be well.
General Manager, Nucleus IP
Unrivalled international trade mark experience
We have been registering and protecting international trade marks since 1886, originally as the Trade Mark Owners’ Association. As a specialist firm of Registered Trade Mark Attorneys we are regulated in the UK by IPReg.
From our central London office, we expertly manage trade marks in more than 200 countries, including worldwide portfolios for multi-nationals and individual trade marks for start-ups. Our longevity is testament to the care, expertise and rigour we apply to all our work, registering and protecting trade marks, designs and copyright for brand owners around the world.
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