Having graduated from Oxford University with a First Class Honours Degree in Chemistry, Mark joined Dehns as a Technical Assistant in 2013. He became an Associate of the firm in 2019.
Working with a range of clients, including large multinational companies and SMEs, he has experience of prosecuting European patent applications and handling large patent portfolios with applications in a wide range of territories worldwide. He is also involved with contentious matters, including both oppositions and appeals.
Mark has experience in many different technical areas of chemistry, including: pharmaceuticals, refrigerants, lubricants, wood preservatives, polymers and polymeric materials, oil field technology, paints, OLEDs and solar cells.
MChem, University of Oxford, 2013
Mark’s final year was spent on a research project investigating the synthesis of Transition Metal Alkane Complexes
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