New partner appointment at Wynne-Jones IP

New partner appointment at Wynne-Jones IP

Leading intellectual property firm Wynne Jones IP has appointed a senior member of its team to a prestigious role within the firm. Patent Attorney Elliott Davies has been promoted to the role of Partner following continued success within the business.

A specialist in invention protection relating to a wide range of technologies and electronics, Dr Davies has been responsible for drafting and prosecuting worldwide patent applications for a variety of national and international clients. The new partner also assists the senior board in decision making and business development. He regularly delivers lectures on intellectual property issues and assists the UK Patent Office with masterclasses.

As part of his new role, his responsibilities will include supporting the board to deliver the Wynne Jones vision by inspiring and leading staff to contribute and deliver against the growth strategy. He will also oversee the work of patent attorneys and paralegals within the firm. 

Dr Davies joined the team of specialists at Wynne-Jones IP in Cardiff in 2012 and has worked with notable clients such as SPTS Technologies, Invacare and Addis.

Discussing his promotion, Dr Davies said: “I’m absolutely delighted to begin my new duties as a partner for the company. I’m honoured to have been selected as the firm’s next partner and look forward to helping my fellow partners achieve our organisational goals.”


Jayne Nation, Commercial Director at Wynne-Jones IP said: “Promoting Elliott and welcoming him to our team of partners was a natural decision.

“With his significant experience, helpful approach with clients and his own engagement with our team, we’re thrilled to now call him one of our partners. We’re confident he will be instrumental in helping our firm to thrive as we move forward. We would like to congratulate him and wish him the best on his continued journey with us.”

 

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