Matt joined Miller Sturt Kenyon in December 2003. Matt is qualified as a European Patent Attorney, a UK Chartered Patent Attorney and a European Trade Mark Attorney.
Matt is principally responsible for the prosecution of European, British and PCT patent applications. Matt is also experienced in representing clients at oral proceedings at the European Patent Office, whether in examination or opposition. His practice covers a wide range of technology, but particular areas of expertise include display technology, ink jet printer technology and wireless communication devices.
Matt’s previous experience includes working as an intern at a patent law firm in New York. Matt has also worked at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, when he updated and improved control software for a set of electron-beam lithography machines.
Matt has lectured on European patent law in the UK and in Japan, and has been published in the Japanese journal “Patent”.
Matt completed a secondment with one of our major clients in Japan in 2008. He continues to learn Japanese.
MSci in Physics (first class), University of Cambridge
European Patent Attorney
Chartered Patent Attorney
European Trade Mark & Designs Attorney