Jacob joined the Munich office of Dehns in April 2016 following the completion of a MEng degree in Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London with a Year Abroad at the University of Sydney. In his degree, he worked on a diverse range of projects, from designing, making and testing a 3D printer capable of both printing and cooking food to producing an artificial extracellular matrix using graphene hydrogels.
Jacob qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2021 and became an Associate of the firm in 2022.
Jacob works with all kinds of clients, from large, multinational corporations, through SMEs to lone inventors. Jacob mostly works with European and UK patent applications, whether that be drafting new applications, prosecuting existing applications to grant, or in post grant proceedings such as oppositions. Jacob has experience in working with associates across the globe to ensure that his clients can obtain the best possible protection in all jurisdictions.
Jacob also has provided advice on wider issues such as freedom-to-operate assessments and patent landscaping.
Jacob works with a wide variety of engineering patents from the medicine to aerospace industries, and also has experience in the fields of computer systems, software, electronics and artificial intelligence.
MEng Mechanical Engineering with a Year Abroad, Imperial College London, 2011