Edward is an independent barrister who works from Hogarth Chambers in London. Edward assists companies and inventors in protecting and using their intellectual property. Edward has a first class degree from the University of Cambridge in biological and biomedical sciences. He has a distinction from the University of Oxford in the law and practice of intellectual property. He has worked on disputes involving many types of invention, from energy absorbing polymers for use in phone cases, to antiretroviral drugs for the treatment of HIV. Edward’s practice is mostly in the High Court in London but it has also involved the European Intellectual Property Office and the European Court of Justice.
In the course of his work Edward has also been seconded to work in-house at a large international pharmaceutical company. Edward has also studied for a year at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. Edward is a member of AIPPI, International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, and contributes to its annual working groups on international legal harmonisation.