Intellectual property is the most valuable asset for an early stage scientific start-up. Therefore, it's key to understand its value and how to leverage it in the long term. Join Keltie and the Innovation Forum to discuss strategically leveraging your patents, design rights and other forms of IP in the long term to build revenue streams, collaborations and licensing deals.
This follows on from our Protecting your IP workshop which discusses the early stages of patent searching and protection of multiple forms of IP that can be relevant to your start-up.
Laura is a Partner in Keltie’s Life Science and Chemistry team. She has a broad academic background in biochemistry and specialises in patent matters relating to biotechnology, precision medicine, immunology, gene therapy, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, stem cells and regenerative medicine, diagnostics, medicinal chemistry, and chemical technology. Laura has a keen interest in precision medicine and medical devices and enjoys working with early stage companies, spinouts and SMEs, and providing strategic and practical advice and support.
David is a Chartered Trade Mark Attorney. He specialises in the prosecution of UK and EU trade marks, trade mark audits, clearance searches and contentious matters such as trade mark opposition proceedings, infringement matters, revocation and invalidity actions. David works with clients large and small across a very broad range of sectors, and particularly enjoys working with start-up clients setting out on their journey.