Senior Associate – London
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Steven has a broad range of contentious and non-contentious intellectual property experience for clients across multiple sectors in patents, copyright, trade marks and trade secrets. In particular, he has extensive experience in Life Sciences patent and SPC disputes and currently manages a number of cross-border patent and SPC cases relating to blockbuster small molecule and biological products. Steven’s work on these matters builds on the significant in-house Life Sciences patent experience he gained whilst on secondment to the Global Patents Team at GlaxoSmithKline in 2013.
Steven is a designated Brexit representative within Allen & Overy’s International IP Group and, as part of that role, he presents on the impact of Brexit on the Life Sciences sector and is a member of the IPLA’s Brexit sub-committee on SPCs (an area in which he has developed a particular specialism).
Steven studied law at the University of Oxford and obtained a first class mark in his Patent and Copyright Law elective (a module in which he was described as being “at the top of his cohort”).
Posts by: Steven Baldwin
- SPCs: CJEU in Teva v Gilead C-121/17 adopts new two-stage test for combination products and pins Art 3(a) to the priority date of the patent
- SPCs and Brexit: SPC applications pending in the UK at the end of the “transition period” will still be granted
- SPCs: AG Wathelet rejects core inventive advance and scope of protection tests for Art 3(a) in favour of a disclosure-based approach
- UK Court of Appeal asks the CJEU when Markush claims will be sufficiently specific for Article 3(a) of the SPC Regulation
- “Granted means Granted” – CJEU rules that End of Procedure Notice not enough to satisfy Art 3(b) SPC Regulation
- From Takeda to Teva v Merck: are we treading the right path on Combination Product SPCs (Part 2 of 2)?
- The definition of "product" in the SPC Regulation: (Part 1 of 2) What's in a name?
- ABPI challenges new NICE and NHS England medicine pricing rules in the UK
- UPC implementation in the UK: considering the impact of the UK General Election
- SPCs in the English Courts: Arnold J finds Markush claims sufficient for the purposes of Article 3(a) SPC Regulation
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