Freddie Fulton

About
Freddie Fulton

Freddie has worked alongside a very diverse range of clients, from single person start-ups to multinationals. He has experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications both in the UK and Europe, and understanding what clients are seeking to obtain in each of their specific cases.

Summary

Year joined:2014

Qualifications:MEng (Oxon), Queen Mary Certificate in Intellectual Property Law

Expertise

Freddie has experience in patent drafting, litigation, searching, preparing for and engaging in oral proceedings with the European Patent Office, and prosecution with the UK Intellectual Property Office.  He has particular experience with engineering and electronics based patents, including video streaming, deep learning algorithms, mechanical devices and biomedical devices.

Academic

Freddie graduated from New College, Oxford, in 2014 with a Masters in Engineering Science.  He studied a broad range of topics over the course degree, eventually specialising in Civil and Biomechanical Engineering.  His thesis research involved developing a new transport system for chemotherapeutic drugs using liposomes and carbon nanoparticles.  He has also passed the Queen Mary Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, with modules in in Patent Law, Trade Marks, Competition Law and Copyright Law.

Membership & Organisations

Student member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA), and the Sports Captain on the Informals Council. He is also an active member of the Mathys & Squire Social and Charity Committee.

Recent Work

Freddie has recently been working on patents relating to developments in satellite testing and deployment, bicycle safety and security, high-tech kitchen appliances, and technological developments around airports and airport vehicles.


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