In 1975, Ian Murgitroyd founded his own firm in Glasgow, Scotland after stumbling into the patent field. He could not have imagined that it would become one of the world’s biggest IP service providers, let alone that it would make history by being the first and only law firm to be listed on the London Stock Exchange or later be acquired by a private equity firm for £63 million.
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