An associate in the Transactions Group, Chloe has advised on a range of intellectual property issues, from chain of title research and advice, to drafting and negotiating assignments and licences as well as other commercial contracts.
Examples of her work at Carpmaels includes advising a prospective licensee in a global patent licensing deal. Chloe’s advice focussed on the impact to our client’s commercial objectives posed by an earlier informal licensee. Together with other members of the team, she developed strategies to minimise any possible negative impact. As a result, the client achieved a positive commercial resolution in advance of entering into the agreement. Chloe also supports members of the patent prosecution team to prepare and advise on applications for corrections to pending patents.
Much of Chloe’s work involves drafting and advising on documentary requirements to enable the efficient recordal of various changes, such as transfers and name changes, in multi-jurisdictional recordal programmes.
Chloe joined Carpmaels & Ransford in 2015 from a specialist intellectual property and technology law firm in which she had trained and practised as a solicitor specialising in intellectual property.
Away from Carpmaels’, Chloe is as likely to be found hiking the South West Coast path with a small band of fellow trampers, as at a gallery on the South London Art Map.
- BA (Hons) Anthropology & Law (London School of Economics & Political Science)
- PGDipLaw Intellectual Property (University of Oxford)