Nucleus IP celebrates 130 years of protecting clients’ IP across the world

Trademark protection

05 December 2016
Nucleus IP celebrates 130 years of protecting clients’ IP across the world

A specialist firm of Registered Trade Mark Attorneys, Nucleus IP manages over 20,000 trade marks across more than 200 countries, including worldwide portfolios for multi-national corporations and individual trade marks for sole traders and start-ups. Its longevity is testament to the care, expertise and rigour of Nucleus’ IP professionals, who register and protect trade marks, designs and copyrights for brand owners around the world.

The Trade Mark Owners Association was founded as a company limited by the guarantees of its members which, at the time of Nucleus’ acquisition, included: Cadbury, Heinz, InterContinental Hotels, Nestlé, Tate & Lyle and Tesco amongst others.

Integrated brand naming and trade mark protection

From its offices near St Paul’s in the City of London, Nucleus IP attorneys work with clients across the globe, as well as with Nucleus’ brand team on integrated brand naming and brand protection assignments. Nucleus IP’s worldwide network of trade mark agents, built-up over the past 130 years, provides a vast array of local expertise in almost every country on the planet.

Peter Matthews, Nucleus group’s founder and CEO said, “We are extremely proud of Nucleus IP’s long and illustrious heritage and worldwide reach. With 130 years’ experience in IP management, we are in an unrivalled position to advise and execute global brand strategies for our clients, from new brand creation to brand refreshes and product launches.”

Current clients include: Champneys, Crédit Agricole, Hilton, L.K. Bennett, Mitchells & Butler, P&O Cruises, Rothschild, sQuid, Taj Hotels Resorts & Palaces, Toyota, TUI and VTB.