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Kilburn & Strode LLP

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Robin Lloyd

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Kilburn & Strode LLP

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Mechanical & chemical engineering




Robin brings a host of industrial experience in the automotive, defence and chemical sectors to the profession allowing him to understand his clients’ commercial and technical needs. His ‘practical and helpful’ approach led to his recommendation in The Legal 500, 2017.
Robin enjoys a diverse practice across a range of advanced engineering fields covering technologies such as rocket engines, automotive systems, composite materials, medical devices, Greentech and consumer goods. His work often involves invention capture exercises to support new patent drafting. He represents clients before the UK IPO and European Patent Office and works closely with attorneys in other jurisdictions, in particular the US and China. A number of Robin’s clients also rely on his expertise to advise on international filing strategies and help manage their patent portfolios.
Robin has extensive experience in obtaining design protection for clients in Europe and abroad.
Robin entered the patent profession in 2004, qualifying as a Chartered Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney before joining Kilburn & Strode in 2012. 
Robin is an external examiner for the industry recognised Certificate in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary, University of London.




Intellectual Property Litigation Certificate
European Patent Attorney
Chartered UK Patent Attorney
OHIM Professional Representative
Design Attorney
DPhil - University of Oxford (2004)
MEng (Hons) - University of Bristol (2001) including a year at RWTH Aachen, Germany

London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

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Kilburn & Strode LLP has a team which is 'very determined' and 'goes the extra mile', and a client roster that includes Boeing, Teva and Merck. Kristina Cornish leads the team and recently defended Janssen Pharmaceutica against a revocation by Sandoz and Hexal in relation to its HIV-related drug Prezista. Gwilym Roberts acted for Container Development in an opposition appeal pertaining to its new design for the top of a drinks can, which is more protective than on a standard drinks can. Tim Copsey and Jim Miller defended Keter Plastics against a revocation by an anonymous party in relation to its Easy Go Breeze bucket. Also recommended is Nick Lee, who represented Harvard College in its European patent for its gene editing technology CRISPR. Richard Howson worked with Ecotricity on its global patent protection strategy. Howson also worked alongside Robin Lloyd in assisting Reaction Engines with its UK patent grants regarding the pre-cooler of one of its rocket engines.

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