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Exam successes April 2020

14 April 2020

We are delighted to announce that a number of our colleagues are celebrating patent exam successes.

Those who became dual qualified were: Rebecca Lovell in Birmingham; Samuel Bateman in London; and Gavin Jones in Manchester.

Those who became UK qualified were: Aline Heyerick in Birmingham; Angus Gledhill in London; and Liam O’Connor in Manchester.

Those who became Foundation qualified were: Robert Gauld, Tomas Karger and Sam Mailer in Aberdeen; Ben Handley in Birmingham; Daniel Gunn, Jillian MacCormack and Ketaki Patel in Cambridge; Rebecca Brooks and Emily Ellis in London; Michael Limb and Amy Morris in Manchester; and Jayne Parle and Hannah Thorne in Oxford.

There were individual UK patent exam passes for: Kate Appleby, Bozhidar Ayvazov, Rachel Bell, Alexander Card, Kaushal Choonee, Richard Fish, Michelle Hickey, Christopher Kennedy, Georgia Kime, Louise Mansion, Caitlin Morris, Jian Siang Poh, Ben Rutter, Kate Ryan, Oliver Ware, Chi Hyeon Won and Ting Yue Yu.

Those who completed the CIPA Patent Administrators’ course were: Suriya Rahman in Cambridge; and Karen Gregory and Sian Merritt in Manchester.

Congratulations to you all!

For further details, please contact:
Liam Thompson
ltompson@marks-clerk.com

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