Invicta IP is an independent Intellectual Property (IP) firm based in London UK, belonging to Paul Kemp, Chartered and European Patent Attorney (Fellow of CIPA; Representative of EPI; in the profession since 1984). We help SMEs and international businesses wishing to develop their IP assets, or who need advice on their IP strategy. Services include patent drafting; patent novelty searches; patent infringement searches; filing and prosecution of patents in UK (IPO) and in Europe (EPO); international patent applications worldwide (WIPO), oppositions, appeals and infringements, registration of industrial designs; identification of IP; advice on strategy, management of assignments and licences, management of copyright, know-how and trade secrets. Consultancy services can be arranged. As a professional lawyer, Paul Kemp takes pride in the quality of his work and ensures that the interests of his clients are paramount. We offer excellent value and peace of mind. In most instances, we are able to work to fixed quotations. Technologies covered are principally engineering, physics and information technology. Further information can be found on the technologies page of our website.

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