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Jonathan is a Partner in the Life Sciences and Chemistry team and leads Keltie's Cambridge office. He has extensive experience of working with clients in a wide range of technology areas including agri-tech, sustainability, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, therapeutic treatments, personal care devices, medical devices, medical diagnostics, healthcare, biotechnology, regenerative stem cell therapies, food packaging, gene-editing (CRISPR), CAR-T cell-based therapies, materials, catalysts, energy technologies and cosmetics.

Jonathan manages a number of global patent portfolios for start-ups and SME clients, and his burgeoning practice has a particular focus on start-up and spin-out companies.

 

Providing his clients with strategic, value-driven advice, Jonathan understands what clients need from their IP portfolio. He has been involved with numerous due diligence exercises for investment rounds, acquisition and licensing, and listings on the UK AIM stock exchange and the Nasdaq in the US.

 

Jonathan also has an extensive registered design practice and handles the portfolios of European and UK registered designs for a number of household-name international clients.

Prior to joining Keltie in 2011, Jonathan was a principal chemist at GlaxoSmithKline and has almost 10 years’ experience of working in the pharmaceutical sector in the epigenetic, immuno-inflammation, cardiovascular and respiratory disease areas.

 

Jonathan received a first-class honours degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge before gaining a PhD in Organic Chemistry with post-doctoral experience at the distinguished École Polytechnique, Paris, France.

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Following the recent decision of the Appointed Person (AP) in Tradeix Ltd v New Holland Ventures Pty Ltd BL (O/681/22) (Marco Polo Case), the UKIPO will now require a local address in the UK (or in Gibraltar or the Channel Islands) before any formal serving of documents in contentious proceedings relating to UK designations of International trade mark or design registrations. Failure to provide a UK address for service may result in a challenged registration being cancelled or an opposed trade mark being treated as withdrawn.

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