Patrick Cantrill

Patrick Cantrill

Partner

Womble Bond Dickinson

Patrick has practised both in the UK and overseas in contentious and non-contentious intellectual property law for 30 years and is recognised by the Legal 500 and Chambers as an expert and leading individual. Actively engaged in the sector, he sits as a Council Member for the UK for the Licensing Executives Society International, the global technology transfer forum and is also a past chairman of the Parallel Imports Committee of the International Trademarks Association.

Following the Vote Leave result, he sits on a working group of the Intellectual Property Lawyers Association reviewing the impact on domestic law, if the UK were to cease to be a member state of the European Union.

He has observer status before the Asian Patent Attorneys Association and is an associate member of The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys.

Patrick is also the author of the chapter on entitlement in the Community Design Handbook.

He has managed many high-profile, substantial IP disputes in the UK and overseas and has been involved in some of the largest spin outs from UK universities. He has also been instrumental in formulating from scratch IP strategies and worldwide anti infringement campaigns for some leading corporations.

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