Patent and trade mark attorney, HGF Aberdeen, has announced its participation in the free IP advice clinic service provided by Aberdeen City Libraries.
The sessions offer one-to-one consultations with local registered patent attorneys about all aspects of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyright, designs and confidential information.
HGF Ltd is headed up in Aberdeen by former Aberdeen Junior Chamber President, Craig Watson. He said: “We are pleased to provide this pro bono service and look forward to helping many people in Aberdeen with IP matters.”
Joy McGrimmond, Business & Enterprise Librarian at Aberdeen City Libraries, added: “The IP clinics provide the public with an opportunity to be advised by a registered patent attorney on any IP matter of interest. We are most grateful to HGF Aberdeen for helping with this service.”
Sessions take place in the Information Centre of Aberdeen’s Central Library. Consultations can be booked by contacting 01224 652511 or emailing LibraryEvents@aberdeencity.gov.uk.