Paul handles all aspects of drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications. Paul works on cases relating to a wide range of subject matter from across the field of biotechnology, including antibodies and sequencing technologies. He has a particular interest in the field of protein and nucleic acid detection assays.
Paul has experience in working with a range of clients, from university spinouts and startups to larger corporations, as well as foreign patent firms. He particularly enjoys working with inventors to help identify potential new inventions, and advising clients on possible filing strategies. Paul also has experience in advising clients regarding freedom to operate issues and monitoring third party patent portfolios.
Paul joined J A Kemp as an associate in 2019 following over five years at another leading firm of patent attorneys. He is based in J A Kemp’s London office.
University of Oxford, Masters Degree in Biochemistry; DPhil in Biochemistry
European Patent Attorney; UK Chartered Patent Attorney
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA), Member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)