Wildbore & Gibbons is delighted to announce its move from its current base in Barbican to new premises from Monday 19 November.

The relocation comes on the heels of the firm joining forces with one of the largest full service intellectual property practices in Europe, Potter Clarkson LLP.

The prestigious, re-furbished office located on Holborn will provide the growing team with a welcoming and collaborative environment in which to meet clients and deliver the full range of IP services.

This year, Potter Clarkson also opened its first office in Denmark – in the heart of Copenhagen’s business district – and has moved to larger premises in Stockholm. Being part of this international business with further offices in Nottingham, Munich, and Lund has allowed the firm to expand its service offering and operate with substantial additional resources.

Colin Baker, managing partner at Potter Clarkson, said:

“Our move to Halton House on Holborn marks a significant period in the firm’s history which has seen us expand our offering to meet growing client demand in a number of strategically important locations across Europe.

We are delighted to have the calibre of our Wildbore & Gibbons colleagues to further enhance our trade mark offering and look forward to building our full range of patent and commercial IP services from our new London office.

Our excellent reputation and entrepreneurial expansion has already led to approaches by ambitious attorneys looking to join us.”

Wildbore & Gibbons will be attending various conferences in London in the coming months and sharing more details about future expansion plans.

Upcoming Events:

The London IP Week, London, 10 – 12 December

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