Matthew Warren

Partner, Bristows
Matthew is the Head of the Commercial IP Group at the law firm Bristows. He advises on transactions involving the development, exploitation and transfer of intellectual property rights. He has experience working in many sectors including the IT, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, telecommunications and digital media sectors. His scientific background is of particular assistance when advising organisations that are negotiating transactions involving new technologies. He has advised on a number of successful licensing programmes for the exploitation of new technologies on a world-wide basis.
Contributed to

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Intellectual property aspects of corporate joint ventures
Practice notes

This Practice Note sets out some of the key intellectual property (IP) issues that should be considered when setting up a joint venture (JV). This Practice Note considers the scenario where two organisations (parent companies) set up a JV which is a separate legal entity (eg a company or a limited liability partnership), which they jointly own. It does not consider the IP issues that arise in contractual collaborations (where there is no separate legal entity).

Practice areas

Membership

  • Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Education

  • BSc Physics, Imperial College, London
  • Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Bristol

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