Elliott Davies

Patent Attorney | Partner

Three things you didn't know about Elliott:

  • Elliott is a Football coach for a local boys club
  • Received the British Aerospace prize for outstanding research during undergraduate degree
  • Has a fear of heights

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experience:

Elliott is a Patent Attorney with significant experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications worldwide, but notably in the UK, Europe, US and the Far East. He specialises in protecting inventions relating to a wide range of technologies, including telecommunications, photonics, electronics, and medical devices, and is frequently engaged by start-up companies and SME’s in view of his close links with the Welsh Assembly and knowledge of the financial assistance available to businesses.

He also has significant experience in filing and prosecuting registered design applications worldwide, for clients wanting to protect the outward appearance of their industrial or handicraft products.

Elliott regularly delivers presentations and lectures on intellectual property and frequently assists the UK Patent Office with their intellectual property masterclasses.

Qualifications:

  • Masters Degree in Physics (MPhys) – University of Bath
  • PhD Physics – Optoelectronics – University of Bath
  • European Patent Attorney (EPA)
  • European Design Attorney (EDA)
  • Chartered Patent Attorney (CPA)

What do our clients think?

We have worked with Elliott for a number of years and over this time Elliott has helped us develop a significant patent portfolio to protect our technology. From the very first engagement, Elliott and the team at Wynne-Jones IP have always impressed us with their ability to quickly grasp our concepts and with their pragmatic advice and expertise quickly add value to the process. All this is delivered at an affordable cost which gives us no reservations about recommending Elliott and Wynne-Jones IP. 

Mark Boocock, Managing Director, Econotherm UK Ltd

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