Bristol office

As a city Bristol has a lot to offer and it’s hardly surprising that it's a recent winner of the Sunday Times ‘Best places to live in the UK 2017’ and is consistently ranked as having the highest quality of life in England and Wales. It’s one of the most vibrant, dynamic and prosperous cities in the UK with an array of restaurants, bars, festivals and events and the highest retention rate of students after graduation of any UK city.

As a former European Green Capital, Bristol is a cycling city and many of our employees cycle or walk to work.

Our Bristol office is located in the city centre in close proximity to shops and restaurants and is ten minutes’ walk from Temple Meads train station. See what else Bristol has to offer:

London office

London is one of the world’s top places to live and work. There are many reasons for this.
With its fascinating history, iconic buildings and multiple attractions, it draws people from all over the world.

As one of the most multicultural cities on Earth, it offers a diverse mix of entertainment, sporting activities, cultural events and festivals all year round. It boasts an impressive array of world-renowned museums and art galleries such as the British Museum, the National Gallery and the Tate Modern.

Alongside all the advantages associated with a capital city living, it’s also one of the greenest cities of its size. As one of the world’s most innovative cities and a high-flying commercial hub, London is a home to many global business and high-tech start-ups. It is a highly connected city: the tube makes getting around easy, and there are rail and air links to the rest of the UK and Europe.

Our London office is located in the heart of the city and is only a few minutes’ walk from Holborn and Chancery Lane tube stations. See what else London has to offer:


Glasgow is the UK’s fourth largest city with both Rough Guides and The Telegraph naming it in their top ten places to live. With a wealth of cultural attractions, stunning architecture, plenty of green spaces and a diverse range of restaurants, Glasgow is one of Europe’s most attractive destinations.

It is a home to over 20 world-class museums, art galleries and theatres and has more green space per head of population than any other European city, with over 90 parks and public gardens. Getting around within Glasgow on public transport is really easy. As well as an extensive bus service, Glasgow has the biggest urban rail network in the UK outside of London.

Our newly opened Glasgow office is located in Regent Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s thriving city centre. See what else Glasgow has to offer:

Munich office

Munich is the third largest city in Germany and is the capital of the German state of Bavaria.

With its stunning architecture, riverside parks, highbrow art, high-tech industry and its legendary Oktoberfest, Munich is a top travel destination and one of the fastest growing and most exciting cities in Germany.

In 2018, the Firm celebrated its 40th anniversary of the opening of our Munich office. We are proud of our 40 year history in the home of European Patent Office (EPO).

Munich has an extensive public transportation system – a network of underground (U-Bahn), suburban trains (S-Bahn), trams and buses as well as many cycle paths and walkways.

Our Munich office is located in the city centre within a walking distance to all the major attractions and is easily accessible. See what else Munich has to offer:

The Netherlands

In the Netherlands Haseltine Lake Kempner works in close association with Ab Ovo Patents & Trademarks based in Limburg, South Netherlands.

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