Jeremy graduated from Durham University in 2017 with a Master’s degree in Engineering. During this course he studied a range of topics covering electronics, mechanics, thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. In his final year, Jeremy investigated methods of cost estimation in the manufacturing engineering sector.
Jeremy qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2023.
Jeremy works with a wide variety of clients, from sole inventors to large multinational corporations. He supports the work of several partners and associates in all aspects of patent drafting and prosecution, and also has experience in filing utility models and registered designs.
Jeremy’s work involves handling cases covering subject matter from a broad range of engineering disciplines, including automotive engineering, electronics, radio communications, water and gas distribution systems, and medical devices. Jeremy has experience working with inventors to identify and capture ideas, and developing effective IP protection strategies on a case by case basis. Jeremy also assists in monitoring and assessing third parties’ patent portfolios and advising on validity, infringement, and Freedom To Operate.
MEng General Engineering, Durham University (2017)