Dehns is delighted to have been highly ranked in the 2024 edition of IAM Patent 1000 for both the United Kingdom: England & Wales prosecution category and the European Patent Office category.

Dehns was recognised for delivering an excellent service, “thanks to its top-quality practitioners who provide valuable advice at each stage of the patent lifecycle”.

Several of our attorneys and practitioners were highlighted and included in IAM’s list of recommended patent prosecutors, with the feedback from researchers and clients noting:

Elizabeth Jones “has a wealth of legal and technical experience to draw from which she leverages to dispense well-rounded, effective strategic advice to biochemistry and biotechnology companies.”

Philip Webber was noted as “another valuable partner to biotechnology companies” collaborating “closely with his clients throughout the prosecution lifecycle to devise successful strategies that will secure a broad scope of protection and build valuable portfolios.”

Robert Jackson was complimented on his ability to “advise on a wide array of technologies.” He was recognised for his ability to draft “thorough and thoughtful patent applications that achieve meaningful protection for his patrons’ inventions.”

Mark Bell “is another talented physicist whose sage advice, clear communication and superb problem-solving capabilities make him a hit with companies diverse in both size and sector.”

Laura Ramsay “part of the engineering group, Ramsay is a business-savvy practitioner who excels when working with early-stage companies in need of clear strategic advice that will set them up for success.”

Annabel Beacham “is a key member of the chemical group and stands out for her prosecution and opposition skill at the EPO. Her ability to craft logical arguments and present them convincingly at oral proceedings sees her regularly bring in favourable results.”

Paul Harris is “immensely experienced at steering disputes through to a successful close for his following. He is a fierce advocate who has a fine-grained understanding of the law and procedure, and masterfully coordinates global disputes.”

Haakon Thue Lie was listed as a “Recommended Individual” in the Norway patent category.

To view the full write-up, please click here.