IPRIS Expands its Capabilities for Plant Breeder’s Rights Renewals

IPRIS is proud to announce a partnership with James Hutton Limited, the commercial subsidiary of the James Hutton Institute, a world-renowned and respected research institute in the field of plant breeding. With over 20 years’ experience of managing Plant Breeder’s Rights, James Hutton’s global networks cover essential countries for the protection of plant-related intellectual property.

The exclusive partnership will expand IPRIS’ network beyond patent and trademark renewals and enable the company to offer a full suite of renewals for all eligible forms of intellectual property including Plant Breeder’s Rights. Dr Jonathan Snape, Head of James Hutton Ltd, said “ We are delighted to be working with IPRIS and combining our expertise to enable us to offer a comprehensive range of services to our clients.”

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