Chris has a Masters degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Cambridge. In accordance with the breadth and depth of technical knowledge gained then, and subsequently, he has drafted and prosecuted patent applications relating to sensors, control systems, construction, flow control, medical devices, energy technologies and computer software including graphical user interfaces, signal processing and image processing.
Chris has also advised investors and companies in relation to due diligence for purchase (and sale) of IP portfolios.
In addition, Chris advises in relation to registered design rights, which can often form a particularly significant pillar in an IP protection strategy to protect the visual aspects of a product or service offering.
Chris became a Director of Hindles in October 2022