Nicholas’ background in Physics gives him a particular interest in scientific and technological work. Nicholas has experience working with a broad range of technical subject matters including mobile telecommunications and broadcast technology, magnetic resonance medical devices and the use of electromagnetic signals as an indicator for the presence of oil or gas.
Nicholas also works in a team of associates who are responsible for a global pharmaceutical product co-ordination project. Through this project Nicholas assists with management of IP litigation in a range of jurisdictions and regularly works alongside lawyers and patent attorneys in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Nicholas has also been on secondment at a major global video game company where he assisted with general commercial and intellectual property matters.
Nicholas has experience in the preparation of full trials as well as interim applications and has worked on matters heard in the UK High Court and the European Court of Justice.
- BSc Physics, Imperial
- Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Oxford
- Qualified 2013