Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith

Associate
European and UK Patent Attorney

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English

Andrew Smith is a UK and European patent attorney in the CMS London office Intellectual Property Department. Andrew uses his technical background in the fields of telecommunications, software and AI to assist clients protect their technology through patents in this complex and changing area of patent law. He uses his significant in-house experience from working at UK and International companies to help clients with patent harvesting and identifying inventions as well as with drafting patent applications suitable for prosecution in many jurisdictions including the US and Europe.

Andrew has patent experience in a range of technical fields including VOIP systems, network architecture, UI design, video and audio codecs, ray tracing, internet of things, wireless communications, antennas, software and telecommunications (including Wi-Fi and mobile standards).

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Relevant experience

  • Working in-house at Microsoft supporting the Skype product in the Productivity and Office Group.
  • Working in-house at CSR on Bluetooth, location and imaging technologies.
  • Representing clients at hearings before the European Patent Office.
  • Prosecuting a global patent docket.
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Education

2017 – Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) Course, CIPA, London
2015 – China IP Protection Training Program, SPTL, Shanghai
2013 – European Patent Attorney, European Patent Office, Munich
2013 – European Design Attorney, EUIPO, Alicante
2012 – UK registered Patent Attorney, UK Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, London
2006 – MEng, Electronic and Communication Engineering, University of Warwick, Coventry

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26/09/2018
UK gov­ern­ment guid­ance on Pat­ents if there is a “no-deal” Brexit
On 24 Septem­ber 2018, the UK Gov­ern­ment pub­lished long-awaited guid­ance on how cer­tain as­pects of UK pat­ent pro­tec­tion will be treated in the event that no Brexit deal has been agreed pri­or to the UK’s exit from the EU on 29 March 2019.