David L. Cohen, P.C. is an IP strategist at Kidon IP Corporation which provides IP management, licensing and litigation services. Prior to this, David was Chief Legal and IP Officer of Vringo Inc, having previously worked as Senior Litigation Counsel at Nokia where David was responsible for managing the company’s litigation affairs.
Donal O'Connell is a member of global IP strategist Group IAM300. He is a former VP of R&D and Director of IP at Nokia. Donal is author of Inside the Patent Factory, Harvesting External Innovation and over 150 papers on innovation and IP. Donal's company has designed and developed the Alder IP Risk Management tool as well as the Hazel Trade Secret Asset Management tool.
Rosie Burbidge helps her clients develop, expand, exploit and enforce their intellectual property rights working with clients in IP rich industries such as fashion and retail, gaming, IoT, block-chain, wearables, publishing and education. Rosie's book on European Fashion Law was published in February 2019 (Edward Elgar Publishing).
Paul McAdam is well known in the UK IT industry as Director of Open Source Management specialists, Source Code Control, but also for his previous role at Microsoft. Paul was the Chief of Staff at Microsoft UK and before that, led the SAM engagement team for 4 years. Prior to Microsoft, Paul was an IT infrastructure manager at Astra Zeneca.
Pacyinz Lyfoung is Executive Director of Public Interest Intellectual Property Advisors, better known as PIIPA. Pacyinz is an expert in global public interest Intellectual Property and a global pro bono IP and legal services expert. Pacyinz has experience in how to accelerate technological innovations and technology transfer, especially in developing countries.
Dr. Hayleigh Bosher is an internationally published legal academic and speaker. She is a Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at Brunel University London, blogger for the specialist IP blog IPKat, Director of the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN), Deputy Editor of the European Trade Mark Reports, and founder of the World IP Women (WIPW) network.
Victoria Randall is a chartered UK patent attorney and a European patent attorney. With a background in biomedical sciences, she works with a diverse portfolio of clients, including global pharmaceuticals and startup biotechnology companies.
Joe Sekhon is a Senior Lecturer in IP at the University of Portsmouth and visiting professor at Bocconi University in Milan. Joe has provided extensive pro bono mentoring in entrepreneurship through his award-winning Intellectual Property Advice Support Service (iPASS).
Martin Callinan is founder of Open Source Management specialists Source Code Control. Martin has over 20 years' experience providing organizations with strategies to manage business risks associated with open source software supply chains, such as IP compliance, security vulnerability management and procurement.
Martin Brassell is recognised globally as an expert in IP and IP-backed finance. He is consulted by government bodies and Non-Governmental Organizations on a regular basis, speaks on the topic at international conferences and has authored numerous articles and research reports.
Peter Hotten is a specialist in commercialising early stage technology opportunities and is experienced in working with the research and academic community, with particular skill in intellectual property (IP) strategy, licensing and creating new spin out companies. Peter is currently running his own consultancy company, NuAge Vision Ltd.
Mandy Haberman is a successful inventor, best known for patent infringement battles and for her globally-acclaimed innovative feeding products. Mandy is Founder and Creative Director of Haberman Global Innovations, non-executive Director of the UKIPO Steering Board, Founder member and Freeman of the Guild of Entrepreneurs and Director of the Intellectual Property Awareness Network.
Samuel Gibbon is the Product Manger for PatSnap Discovery, an innovation intelligence platform that provides R&D with the essential insights into technology, markets, competitors, and start ups. Previously a Patent Analyst at PatSnap, Sam worked with clients gathering data, presenting the analyzed statistics and teaching IP knowledge.
Juliana Melo is a qualified lawyer, L.LM and MSc in Intellectual Property Management and New Technologies, with ten years of experience practicing IP in a variety of industries, including software, manufacturing, retail, and entertainment. She is passionate about IP and Science and brings her expertise in these areas to benefit PatSnap’s Teams and Clients.
Arun Hill is a lead analyst within PatSnap's professional services team. He is responsible for developing repeatable and scalable queries to retrieve and organize data for analysis, carrying out analysis of patent and non-patent aggregate data using statistical tools and developing white papers to support internal knowledge on technology areas.
Dandan Liu has over ten years of IP consulting experience and, having worked as a patent attorney, now heads up our Chinese IP Academy. Previously, Dandan also worked for over four years at SIPO (the CNIPA) as a search analyst, providing search and consulting advice.
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