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Eleonora Rosati

Following a successful blogging debut with the copyright-oriented 1709 Blog, Eleonora, who is an Editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, accepted the call to join the team after serving a stint as a GuestKat. She is currently a tenured Associate Professor in IP Law at the University of Southampton and an Of Counsel at Bird&Bird. She also holds academic positions at Stockholm University, EDHEC Business School and Queen Mary University of London, runs the e-LAWnora consultancy, and holds the distinction of doing a better Italian accent than any other member of the regular blog team. Her latest monograph is Copyright and the Court of Justice of the European Union (OUP:2019). More details on Eleonora here; Twitter here

Annsley Merelle Ward

Better known as the AmeriKat, though not exclusively tied to that tag, Annsley is the kitten (by age) of the team — but you’d never guess it from her efficient research and powerful writing. An intellectual property litigator at Bristows LLP she holds law degrees from University College London and the University of Bristol and has a background in science having studied chemical engineering at the University of New Mexico. Although she specialises in cross-border patent and trade secret litigation in the TMT and life sciences sectors, Annsley's interests span all aspects of contentious IP.  She also enjoys reporting on legislative reforms, most recently on the European Unified Patent Court (more details here). 

Neil J. Wilkof 

Of Counsel to Herzog Fox Neeman, Tel-Aviv, and to Dr Eyal Bressler & Co., Ramat Gan, Neil specialises in technology transfer and computer and internet law. He teaches and writes extensively on IP issues, being co-author of the current edition of the standard Sweet & Maxwell work on Trade Mark Licensing and a major contributor to the IP Finance weblog. As readers of his work will know, Neil rarely confines himself to the straitjacket of IP law when economic, philosophical or historical issues can be effectively brought to bear. More details here.


GuestKats

Rosie Burbidge

Rosie is an intellectual property partner at Gunnercooke LLP. Rosie specialises in IP disputes, particularly design, trade mark and copyright issues. Rosie helps her clients to develop, expand, exploit and enforce their intellectual property rights in the UK and around the world. Rosie has written a book on European Fashion Law (February 2019 - Edward Elgar Publishing) - more details here. She regularly writes about the latest soft IP disputes as well as related industry concerns such as blockchain, virtual reality and social media. More details on Rosie here and on Twitter here.

Ieva Giedrimaite

Ieva holds proficiency in copyright and patent protection for computer software, open source and commercial software licensing, commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation, copyright policy drafting and compliance, patent and trademark application/prosecution procedures within the EU and US jurisdictions, FTO and EEA export controls. Ieva holds a Master of Laws degree from Vilnius University and an LLM degree from Trinity College Dublin with specialisation in Intellectual Property Law. She has carried out academic research in the fields of copyright protection for the user generated content, Unified Patent Court and international transfers of personal data. You can learn more about Ieva here.

Rose Hughes

Rose is a European Patent Attorney and Associate at leading intellectual property firm Reddie & Grose LLP. Rose specialises in biotechnology and pharmaceutical patent work, including medical devices, microfluidics, transgenic organisms, diagnostics, stem cells and bioengineering. Rose handles patent work in many jurisdictions, including prosecution of international (PCT), European, US, Japanese and Chinese patent applications. Rose also has significant patent drafting experience. Rose acts for a wide range of clients including academic institutions and multinational companies. has extensive experience handling a variety of patent cases, particularly in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors, and of patent drafting and prosecution in a broad range of jurisdictions, including Europe, US, Japan, and China. You can learn more about Rose here.

Peter Ling

Grown up in Budapest and Geneva before joining Lenz & Staehelin’s IP practice in Zurich, Peter holds a Master of law of Fribourg University (Switzerland) and an LL.M. of Columbia Law School. Peter is mostly active in IP litigation and arbitration, as well as in life sciences and healthcare regulatory issues. Peter also periodically teaches civil procedure to patent attorney candidates at the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property and copyright law to students in Information Studies at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland. As a true Swiss IP practitioner, he has a strong interest in watchmaking patents, cheese trademarks and is reported to have a secret drawer full of chocolate in his office. You can read more about Peter here.

Nedim Malovic

A Swedish/English/Bosnian native/bilingual speaker, Nedim holds an LLM in European IP law from Stockholm University. He currently works as a trainee at Hannes Snellman in Stockholm, where he tackles a variety of legal matters. A specialist chef of pre-cooked Swedish meatballs, if you happen to travel to Stockholm let him know! You can learn more about Nedim here and follow him on Twitter here


Frantzeska Papadopoulou

Currently an Associate Professor and Reader in IP law at Stockholm University as well as at Linnaeus University in Sweden, Frantzeska holds an LLM and a doctorate from Stockholm University. Before accepting a full-time tenure at Stockholm University, she was the head of the IP department at the Swedish Association of Industries. Frantzeska’s research interests focus on patent law and regulatory law as well as on matters that relate to the international regulation of IPRs. You can learn more about Frantzeska here

Mathilde Pavis

Mathilde is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Exeter. Before joining Exeter Law School, Mathilde was a research fellow at the US Library of Congress in Washington DC. She co-founded in 2014 a network ‘New IP Lawyers’ gathering early career researchers and practitioners in intellectual property law. Mathilde’s interests in IP focuses on comparative copyright, performers’ rights and the regulation applicable to the cultural heritage sector and creative industries more generally.

Cecilia Sbrolli

Cecilia is an Italian IP enthusiast. She holds an LL.M. in European, Competition and IP law from the Université de Liège and a Master's Degree in Law from the Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna. She participated, together with the Liège team, in the Oxford IP Moot in 2016. Cecilia has experience in both IP and competition law. She is a lawyer at the Brussels office of law firm K&L Gates, mainly dealing with competition and commercial law issues. More details on Cecilia here.

Alex Woolgar

Alex is an English-qualified solicitor, and a Senior Associate at Fox Williams LLP. A series of serendipitous events led him to IP law, and he now specialises in IP disputes, mostly those of a “softer” nature. Alex is a reformed geographer, perhaps leading to his interests in IP policy, comparative law and the legal aspects of sustainability (they do exist). Alex grew up with family Kats but (whisper it) is now more of a dog person.



SpecialKats

Verónica Rodríguez Arguijo

Verónica has the honour of being the first TechieKat. She holds an LL.M. from Maastricht University and Specialization from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, both in IP Law. She was also selected to attend the Summer School organized by the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Academy of European Public Law in Greece. She has extensive experience in the prosecution, enforcement, and litigation of IPRs. Before joining Pointer Brand Protection, she provided legal advice to multinational corporations, associations, and SMEs in Mexico and other countries. Verónica also contributes to the IPTango blog, is a member of the editorial board of The Trademark Lawyer Magazine and IP mentor at HighTechXL. More details on Verónica here.

Hayleigh Bosher

Hayleigh is a Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at Brunel University. She is founder of World IP Women (WIPW), Director of the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN), Deputy Editor of the European Trade Mark Reports (E.T.M.R) and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Intellectual Property, Policy and Management (CIPPM). She holds a PhD in Copyright Law from Bournemouth University under the Vice Chancellor's Scholarship Award. Hayleigh's main research areas include copyright enforcement, copyright infringement, and copyright education. More details on Hayleigh here, follow her on Twitter here.

Tian Lu

As an IP enthusiast from the other side of the Eurasian continent, Tian is currently pursuing her Doctoral degree in Maastricht University, having previously completed the advanced masters program of Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management there. Her research area mainly focuses on the protection of famous trade marks in China, EU and the U.S. Tian is also a regular contributor of the column of the European Law Vision in Legal Weekly, a Chinese central press. She is also one of the founders of the online Sino-EU law platform European Law Vision. More details on Tian here.

Chijioke Okorie

Chijioke has over a decade of law practice experience having been called to the Nigerian Bar since 2006 and practised in one of Nigeria’s leading commercial law firms. She holds an LLM in Internet Law and Policy from the University of Strathclyde and a doctorate from University of Cape Town. Recently appointed a Postdoctoral Research Fellow under the DST/NRF Research Chair in Intellectual Property, Innovation & Development at the University of Cape Town, Chijioke also successfully ran Penguide Advisory, a consultancy she founded in 2014 to provide legal advisory services to key players in the IP, entertainment and technology sectors regarding law, policy, strategy, business and contracts. Highly regarded in African IP law circles, Chijioke has written and continues to write extensively in the IP field particularly in Africa. Since 2013, she has been a regular contributor to Afro-IP Blog – a blog on all things IP in Africa. Chijioke plays an active role in various professional associations and participates in developmental research projects. She has been invited to give lectures and seminars in IP to various constituencies including creative entrepreneurs and aspiring IP lawyers as well as being consulted by private organisations, government, and institutional sectors. Chijioke is a Chartered Mediator and is a peer reviewer for a number of IP law journals. More about Chijioke on LinkedIn and Twitter, here.


InternKats

Antonella Gentile

Antonella holds an LL.M. in European Intellectual Property Law from the University of Stockholm where she specialised in trade mark law. She has recently passed the Italian bar exam. Antonella is a lawyer-linguist at the Court of Justice of the European Union. She mostly deals with appeals against the decisions of the European Union Intellectual Property Office. Further information about Antonella may be found here.

Jonathan Pratt

Jonathan is a European Patent Attorney at Boult Wade Tennant. Jonathan is a specialist in Engineering patent work, spanning from simple mechanical devices to complex control systems. A large portion of Jonathan's work is for small and medium sized clients that are starting an Intellectual Property portfolio or looking to use what they already have more effectively. More information can be found here.


Tosshan Ramgolam

Tosshan is currently a Brand Advisor at Incopro. As an International Legal Studies Graduate (LLB) from the University of Southamptom, including a year abroad at Singapore Management University, he has previously worked as a Trade Mark Researcher and as a Brand Protection Analyst. Using his experience, Tosshan continues to enjoy the application of his Intellectual Property knowledge in the online brand protection field. Further information about Tosshan can be found here.
 about Tosshan can be found here.

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