Mark Scott > Elkington + Fife LLP > Sevenoaks, England > Lawyer Profile

Elkington + Fife LLP
PROSPECT HOUSE
SEVENOAKS
England

Work Department

UK and European patent attorney

Position

Partner

Career

Mark has experience across a broad range of patent matters, with particular expertise in prosecuting applications before the European Patent Office and the UK Intellectual Property Office, and conducting large-scale freedom-to-operate investigations relating to medical devices for generic pharmaceutical companies, including providing advice on acquisitions and Europe-wide new product launches.

Mark has a degree in chemistry and primarily handles work in the field of materials science, but is uniquely comfortable with a broad range of subject-matter, spanning from pure chemistry to aspects of mechanical engineering.  Within these fields, Mark’s work is focused on glasses, ceramic materials, composite materials, respiratory medical devices and auto-injector devices.

Mark joined Elkington + Fife in March 2012, prior to which he worked for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratories (DSTL), specialising in organic and analytical chemistry. 

Languages

English

Education

MChem (1st Class Hons) – Chemistry with Industrial Training – University of Warwick

Lawyer Rankings

London > TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > PATMA: Trade mark attorneys

Elkington + Fife LLP‘s trade mark prosecution practice is led by the renowned Chris McLeod in London. 2020 was a growth year for the team, with the majority of new work coming in from prestigious clients seeking post-Brexit UK counsel and partly from new and growing relationships with large corporate and commercial firms in need of trade mark experts for their corporate and small and medium-sized enterprise clients. The structure of the team enables the firm to take on a wide range of clients, from well-known multinationals to small UK companies. Mark Scott‘s design practice complements the trade mark practice well and includes advisory and contentious work.