Three things you didn't know about Matthew:
- Has represented Wales internationally in water polo
- Completed Ironman Wales
- Works with a local charitable group organizing Bonfire/Fireworks night and Santa sleighs
"I want to help you reach your potential, by guiding you through the world of patent data to empower your decision making.
Every business needs an IP strategy. The only way to make decisions is to have the information. The best way to get information on IP, specifically patents is to use Patent Analytics. Patent Analytics can unlock detailed insights to help forward plan and create profitable IP and Research & Development strategies."
Matthew leads the Patent Analytics Team specialising in producing board reports and advising IP strategy based on patent data including; freedom to operate searches, novelty searches, invalidity actions, competitor intelligence and patent landscapes.
Matthew also works on patent matters and works closely with the team to draft, file and prosecute applications.
He has experience in the areas of computer software and patentability, but has also handled diverse subject matter such as mechanical & electronic engineering, medical devices, computer gaming and sports equipment.
He is actively involved with start-ups, growth hubs and accelerator schemes around Cardiff and Wales.
Prior to joining Wynne-Jones IP in 2017, Matthew has worked as a patent examiner at the UK Patent Office in Newport and at another private practice firm in Oxford.
Matthew has been the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys Informals Honorary Secretary for 2018-2019 and the South West and Wales Regional Secretary 2017-2018.
- Computer Science BSc (Hons) – Cardiff University
- Master of Laws LL.M – Cardiff University
- Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), Legal Practice Course (LPC), Law LL.B (Hons) – College/University of Law, Bristol
- Postgraduate Cert in Intellectual Property PGCertIP – Bournemouth University
- Part Qualified Attorney