Forresters launches its new dot-com domain


We are launching a new domain, and reflecting our global reach with a dot-com website address.

Forresters is leaving behind its old URL and replacing it with  This important move not only reflects the firm’s international outlook, but also symbolises that we are Brexit ready and will continue to represent clients before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

Lloyd Hoarton, managing partner at Forresters, said: “As a company with a truly international outlook we felt it was time to update our domain identity. We work with clients around the world to help ensure their intellectual property is protected.

“With a number of non-British attorneys on our staff, and with a mainland EU presence dating back over 40 years, we are also well prepared for Brexit, and clients will not need to seek different representatives. We will work seamlessly with them, both during and after the transition period, and will continue to look after their cases at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

“Not all UK firms will be able to continue in this way, but our future-ready approach has meant we have everything in place to ensure a smooth transition period for all the clients we work with.”