Newly merged firm of intellectual property specialists celebrates recommendations in prestigious legal guide

Attorneys at a newly merged firm of intellectual property specialists are celebrating after receiving strong recommendations from one of the legal sector’s most prestigious guides.

Cleveland Scott York, which was formed on 1 April 2017 from the merger of Cleveland IP with Scott & York IP Law, has been recommended in the well-regarded Legal 500 guide to the legal sector for both Patents and Trade Marks.

Meanwhile, the firm has received eight individual recommendations for its attorneys from the guide, which bases its recommendations on a rigorous programme of research including detailed submissions from firms and interviews with a wide range of clients.

Dr Adrian Bradley, a Partner at Cleveland Scott York, said: “We are delighted with the recommendations that Cleveland Scott York has received in its inaugural appearance in the Legal 500.

“This is wonderful recognition, which is especially pleasing because it is substantially based on the responses from our clients to the researchers.

“Our listing underscores our dedication to continuously improving our service for our clients.”

Cleveland Scott York has offices in the City of London, St Albans, Reading and Brussels.

The following attorneys received individual recommendations:


  • Andrew Mackenzie
  • Sophie Maughan
  • Tom Faulkner
  • Adrian Bradley

Trade Marks

  • Jonathan Clegg
  • Sophie Maughan
  • Lorna Hobbs