6Feb
Webinar

Tuesday 6 February

UPC: what we’ve seen so far

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Start: Tuesday 6 February 2024, 12:30 PM

End: Tuesday 6 February 2024, 01:30 PM

Event Overview

Join Siddharth Kusumakar and Tess Waldron from Powell Gilbert LLP on a webinar exploring UPC

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Siddharth Kusumakar Partner Powell Gilbert LLP (UK)

Siddharth Kusumakar Partner Powell Gilbert LLP (UK)

Sidd Kusumakar is a lawyer practicing in England & Wales and Ireland and a partner at Powell Gilbert (www.powellgilbert.com), a specialist intellectual property law firm based in London and Dublin.

Sidd specialises in multi-jurisdictional patent litigation in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices fields, and has considerable experience of coordinating litigation across Europe.  Sidd is a solicitor advocate and has represented clients before the UK Patents Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court as well as at the UPC and in European Patent Office proceedings.  He has successfully acted for clients in some of the most high-profile patent cases to come before the UK courts in recent years, including the landmark UK Supreme Court decisions in Warner-Lambert v Actavis and Regeneron v Kymab (in relation to the law of sufficiency and the infringement of second medical use patents), as well as cases shaping the current UK landscape on the availability of injunctions where the public interest is engaged.

Dr Tess Waldron, Partner, Powell Gilbert LLP

Dr Tess Waldron, Partner, Powell Gilbert LLP

Tess is a solicitor qualified in England & Wales and Ireland and a partner at Powell Gilbert (www.powellgilbert.com), a specialist intellectual property law firm based in London and Dublin.

Tess has advised clients on a broad range of issues across the full spectrum of intellectual property rights. She has also represented life sciences and consumer electronics companies in wider commercial disputes and negotiations, including in relation to FRAND licensing. She is a solicitor advocate and has represented clients in the High Court and at the UPC as advocate. Prior to becoming a solicitor, Tess qualified as a doctor and spent three years working in hospital medicine. This experience provides her with valuable background and context, in particular when advising clients operating in the life sciences sector.

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