David Warrilow – MSc(Chem), MSc(IP), CPA, EPA, RTMA, ETMA
Director, Patent & Trademark Attorney
David graduated from Birmingham University with a Masters degree in chemistry before obtaining a further Masters degree in Management of Intellectual Property from Queen Mary University, London. When qualifying as a UK trademark attorney David was awarded the Payne/Bennett Memorial prize by the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys for the highest mark that year in the trademark search paper. David joined the profession in 2001, and worked with major firms of patent and trademark attorneys before founding London IP in 2009.
Paul Harman – BSc, ARCS, CPA, EPA, ETMA
Director, Patent Attorney
After obtaining a degree in Physics at Imperial College London, Paul joined the profession in 1993 working in private practice, including the patent commercialisation and licensing company QED, and the head of patents at the London office of a private practice. Paul has experience across the mechanical and electrical engineering fields software-implemented inventions and business method fields, with significant experience of protecting ‘difficult to patent’ inventions.
Francesca Nwaegbe – B.A. (Hons) Law, LL.M, MITMA, RTMA, ETMA
Francesca possesses a B.A. (Hons) Law and also obtained an LLM from Queen Mary College in Corporate & Commercial Law, her key subjects being trademarks, copyright, designs, confidential information, unfair competition, licensing and franchising. Francesca brings a wealth of experience as a successful trade mark attorney with a proven track record spanning more than thirty years. Francesca has been responsible for UK, EU & worldwide trademark & domain name matters for major companies including Shell Group, O2 Limited, BT Group, and Yell Limited (formerly Yellow Pages)
Martyn Molyneaux – EPA, ETMA, Chartered Engineer, FIEE, European Engineer
European Patent Attorney
Martyn’s experience is in the field of electronics, but his work also includes drafting and the worldwide patenting of downhole retrieval equipment, interactive TV, intelligent robotic equipment and automobile electronics. He was involved in character merchandising actions for film studios, and was responsible for obtaining the “Polo” logo trademark in the UK for Ralph Lauren.
Louisa Fielding – LLB, RTMA, MITMA, ETMA
Louisa began her career working in trade marks after completing a law degree at Bristol and the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law. She started out in a specialist patent and trade mark firm and after her initial training she made an exciting move to a law firm in the Cayman Islands to work in the IP department. Louisa advises on all aspects of brand protection and enforcement in the UK and Europe as well as managing global trade mark portfolios spanning a number of different commercial sectors.
Carol Greaves – BSc, CPA, EPA
Carol specializes in chemical and biotechnological inventions. Carol began her career working as an in-house patent attorney for major pharmaceutical companies before moving to private practice. Carol advises on all aspects of patent protection. Carol has experience with a vast range of technical subject matter in the chemical and biotechnological fields, having worked for over 35 years in the patent profession including patents related to chemicals, pharmaceuticals, herbicides, insecticides, antibiotics, antivirals, animal health, genetic engineering, and diagnostics to name but a few.
Katrina Peebles – BSc, MSc, CPA, EPA
Katrina is a patent attorney specializing in life sciences. Katrina joined the patent and trade mark profession in 1997, after graduating from St Andrews University with a BSc in Biochemistry with Microbiology and Biotechnology and a MSc in Management of Intellectual Property Law from University of London.
Katrina has extensive experience in prosecuting patent applications for biochemical and chemical inventions on behalf of individual inventors, Universities and multi-national companies.