Adam Turley
McDaniels Law managing associate solicitor Adam Turley.
Jane Imrie

Intellectual property law firm expands outside of North East with new base

A boutique law firm specialising in intellectual property law has expanded outside of the North East region.

McDaniels Law has announced the launch of a new North West office as part of its ongoing expansion.

Founded in 2005, McDaniels Law is led by Niall Head-Rapson and supports a range of businesses in the identification, protection, exploitation and commercialisation of intellectual property.

The firm has opened new offices at Warwick Mill Business Centre in Carlisle, to be led by newly appointed managing associate solicitor Adam Turley - who previously worked at the firm before continuing his law career in Cumbria.

McDaniels Law founder, Niall Head-Rapson, commented: “We are a successful business with a profile in the North East for nearly 20 years, and the largest specialist intellectual property team in the region.

“When Adam came on board with his knowledge of the vibrancy of the Cumbrian economy it was an absolute no-brainer to bring our expertise to the market.

“With North West businesses producing so many exciting products and brands there is a real need in the region for specialist intellectual property advice, including advice on patents, which we can now provide without having to travel outside of the region.”

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