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From heavy industry to the knowledge economy, Glasgow’s journey has been lit by innovation, with ‘Clydebuilt’ becoming a byword for uncompromising quality.

Sir Dugald Clerk, inventor of the two-stroke engine, was born in Glasgow in 1854 and went on to co-found Marks & Clerk in 1888.  By helping to protect the emerging technologies of heavy industry, Marks & Clerk’s Glasgow practice was also ‘Clydebuilt’. Today, our Glasgow office is situated at the Aurora building in the heart of the city’s business district where our attorneys work with innovation of all kinds, mechanical to molecular, helping to shape modern Glasgow’s knowledge economy. 

Our Glasgow office has particular strength in depth in mechanical engineering and electronics and has a thriving domestic and international life sciences practice. Scotland’s west coast retains a strong manufacturing base and its established electronics sector has a growing focus on research and design. 

Marks & Clerk Glasgow also has a highly experienced trade mark team whose attorneys advise household names across the world on brand protection and exploitation.

Marks & Clerk Glasgow (UK)
8th Floor
120 Bothwell Street
G2 7JS

Tel: +44 141 221 5767
Fax: +44 141 221 7739

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