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Maucher Jenkins has built a team of outstanding professionals, recognised experts in intellectual property law, science and technology, working across multiple industry sectors and legal jurisdictions.

Tim Pendered

Partner - Patents/Trade Marks

Chartered Patent Attorney
European Patent Attorney
Chartered Trade Mark Attorney
European Trade Mark & Design Attorney

Degree in Mechanical Engineering, University of Dundee



Tim divides his time, uniquely in the firm, between patent and trade mark work. His patent work includes drafting and prosecution of UK, European and foreign applications, as well as advising on validity and infringement issues. He also advises on matters relating to designs and copyright.


On the trade mark side, Tim is responsible for looking after the trade mark portfolios of a number of UK and overseas clients. He has extensive experience of searching and registering marks in the UK, Europe and elsewhere, as well as handling opposition and cancellation proceedings and advising on validity and infringement issues.


Tim is a member of INTA and ECTA.


He is listed as one of the World's Leading Trademark Professionals in WTR 1000 UK for 2018, and has also been recognised by Managing IP as an IP Star in 2020.



Contributor to CITMA's Community Designs Handbook


Interests outside of work: 

Fishing, shooting, bat and ball games, making things.

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