James Sanderson BSc, CPA, EPA, ETMA

Partner

James Sanderson

Partner

Sandersons - Staff - James

James, son of Sandersons’ founder Laurie Sanderson, joined the firm in 1996 after completing his Honours degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at Durham University. He achieved full British qualification as a Chartered Patent Attorney in June 2001 and as a European Patent Attorney in 2003. He joined the partnership in 2002.

Experience

James’ technical expertise lies in biotechnology and genetics but he also works extensively in the general mechanical and chemical patent matters, IT and the Internet.

He devotes a substantial part of his time to trade mark work, including the resolution of domain name disputes and cyber-squatting, and handles accounts for clients ranging from individual inventors to blue chip companies.

Qualifications

  • BSc Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, University of Durham – 1996
  • UK Chartered Patent Attorney – 2001
  • European Patent Attorney – 2003

Outside Work

When he isn’t working James would ideally like to be sailing, or doing some serious gardening, preferably with a chain saw. However, what he is usually doing is operating the family taxi firm transporting one or more of his 4 children around the country to a myriad of sporting or social activities!

Stay Connected

KNOWLEDGE AREA

The Importance of IP Portfolio Management
The Importance of IP Portfolio Management
No Comments

Most people understand that the intellectual property (IP) in their business is important, but few realise how important proper management…

10 Essential Tips for Getting IP Right
10 Essential Tips for Getting IP Right
No Comments

Ten essential tips to help you avoid the most common Intellectual Property pitfalls and protect your business.

Grab it! – The Art of Invention Capture
Grab it! – The Art of Invention Capture

OK… unless your invention is self-propelled or attached to something else that is, it’s unlikely that things are going to…

A (Very) Rough Guide to Patenting Your Invention in the UK
A (Very) Rough Guide to Patenting Your Invention in the UK

What is a patent? A patent is an exclusive right that is granted by a country’s patent office to work…

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Patent Prosecution

click the edit button to change this text.

Trade Mark Registration

click the edit button to change this text.

Registered Designs

click the edit button to change this text.

Unregistered Design Advice

click the edit button to change this text.

IP Advice & Strategy

click the edit button to change this text.

IP Oppositions

click the edit button to change this text.

Patents

Safeguard your innovations

Trade Marks

Preserve your brands

Registered Designs

Protect your designs

Copyright

Understand your rights