Stewart is great at distilling complex legal issues into an easily understandable form, and instilling confidence in his clients. His aeronautical engineering background led him to obtain a private pilot’s licence. He enjoys water sports and recently completed his first triathlon.
His previous role as a patent office examiner distinguishes Steven from most other attorneys. A physicist by training, Steven is adept at getting to grips with a broad range of technologies within the wider engineering field. He is also a specialist in registered designs. He likes a challenge and once participated in a charity cycle from Helsinki (Finland) to Nice (France).
As a Chartered (UK) and European Trade Mark Attorney, Meena specialises in global brand protection and the management of trade mark portfolios of all shapes and sizes. Meena’s legal background, her specialist in-house experience and her commercial, pragmatic approach make her uniquely skilled within the field of intellectual property law.
Rebecca is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney with over 25 years’ experience in the clearance, protection, exploitation and enforcement of trade marks in the UK and internationally. She has been reconised as “highly organised, practical and helpful” by the Legal 500 and as a Rising Star by IP Stars.View Full Profile
Past experience as an in-house attorney within the oil and gas sector has given Suzanne a different perspective of the patent attorney profession. Being embedded within engineering teams and tasked with capturing intellectual property rights at their source and actively managing a portfolio of rights was both challenging and rewarding.
Kim’s meticulous attention to detail and her project management, team-working and IT skills have their origins within the field of architecture. Those attributes have since successfully transitioned to the world of intellectual property. Architectural experience has taught Kim that seemingly innocuous mistakes can have unforeseen consequences for a building’s foundations. Clients can be assured that the legal documents underpinning their intellectual property rights will have been checked and double-checked at every stage of the process.