Sarah advises on a range of contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters, with a primary focus on patent litigation. In addition to patent litigation, Sarah’s cases have covered trade marks, trade secrets, design rights and licensing issues. Her cases often incorporate a cross-border element, and she has coordinated multi-jurisdictional patent litigation and advice projects for several clients.
Sarah has advised clients from a variety of industries, including the life sciences, medical devices, engineering and telecommunications industries, and her cases have related to antibiotics, antibodies, medical devices (including surgical dressings, colonoscopes, orthodontics and automatic injectors), chemical plants, military vehicles, ship engines, and telecoms.
Sarah joined the firm in June 2015 as a senior associate, before which she worked for 10 years at a leading London law firm. Prior to her legal training, Sarah studied chemistry at the University of Oxford, completing a Masters thesis in bioinorganic chemistry.
- MChem (Oxford)
- PgDipLaw (IP) (Oxford)