Louise’s expertise lies in the physics, engineering, electronics and computing fields and she has particular experience working on medical devices, software-related technologies, optics and sports equipment.
Having worked with multinational corporations, individual inventors, SMEs and universities, Louise is skilled at tailoring her advice (and use of jargon!) to suit the IP experience and aims of her clients.
The majority of Louise’s work involves drafting and prosecuting patent applications at the UKIPO and EPO and , where appropriate for the client, managing international portfolios covering the US, China and Japan. She particularly enjoys working on EPO opposition proceedings and has acted on behalf of opponents and defendants in a number of cases, particularly in the field of medical devices.
Louise has a proven track record in overcoming patent office objections for her clients, utilising appropriate arguments and practical amendments where necessary. She is also well versed in navigating UKIPO and EPO examiner guidelines to obtain the best scope of protection for her clients, focusing on obtaining both broad and useful protection
Louise has experience of drafting for many different technology areas, always tailoring her approach to the budget and aims of the client. She is also well versed in helping IP attorneys in the US and other international jurisdictions adapt their specifications to European practice, to help them succeed in Europe.
Louise has an extensive and practical knowledge of the approaches of UKIPO and EPO examiners in this subject area, applying this to patent drafting and filing strategy. She takes a great interest in the field of AI inventions, and has been following patent office developments closely in this field, as the field evolves, and patent offices adapt their practices accordingly.
“My patent work spans nearly thirty years and I have mainly worked with very prestigious patent attorneys. Without doubt Stewart Cameron is the very best patent attorney I have ever worked with. Stewart is objective, comprehensive, thorough, perceptive, and easy to work with.”
Stewart says that one of the most rewarding aspects of his role as a patent attorney is being among the first to hear about new innovations: “Securing strong protection for clients’ ideas is very rewarding. My engineering degree often helps me get to the bottom of technical matters quickly which is great because if you don’t understand something, you can’t protect it properly!”