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Harrison Goddard Foote acquires Grant Spencer

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UK prosecution firm Harrison Goddard Foote (HGF) has acquired leading trade mark attorneys Grant Spencer

claire-hutchinson-2.jpgGrant Spencer (formerly Grant Spencer Caisley & Porteous) is a strong name in trade marks, having been established in 1974.

Key to its reputation is principal Claire Hutchinson (right). She led a team of five including trade mark attorney Lucy Pope and consultant John Caisley in a London office.

HGF has 10 offices around the UK and has been growing consistently in recent years, in terms of both staff and clients.

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