Julia’s portfolio encompasses an unusually diverse range of fields, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and diagnostics, mechanical devices, IT and software. She has particular experience with vaccines and therapeutic compositions, biomaterials, synthetic and transgenic organisms, medical devices and surgical equipment, energy storage devices and multimedia entertainment systems. This breadth of experience makes Julia well-placed to handle technologies which cross over the traditional boundaries of life sciences and physics.
Julia has a biological background and works on various cross sector technologies including medical devices, diagnostics and AI-driven diagnosis. Recent work has related to imaging of the nervous system.
Julia’s practice includes the drafting and prosecution of patent applications in addition to oppositions and appeals. She is experienced in representing clients before the European Patent Office and in liaising with local Patent Attorneys to successfully prosecute cases in multiple jurisdictions including Europe, the US, China and Japan.
Her clients span a broad range, including large multinational corporations, universities and university spin-outs, and SMEs. Julia also enjoys writing about IP and her articles have appeared in various publications including Intellectual Property Magazine and WIPO Magazine.