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Dan Sharrock

Dan has extensive experience of prosecuting patent applications before the UK and European Patent Offices, as well as the opposition and appeal procedures at the European office. His portfolio covers a wide range of mechanical and electronic subject matter. Dan has special expertise in protection of computer-related inventions and mechanical engineering, and sits on the Computer Technology Committee of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys. He is also a member of the organising committee of the Cambridge100 networking group.

Dan has many years of experience in helping enterprises of all sizes to secure protection for their valuable innovations. He obtains patents for clients in a wide range of areas, including mechanical engineering, optical and electrical fields, and computer-based inventions. At Nash Matthews, as a local Cambridge practice, the business prides itself on giving pragmatic advice and support which is tailored for each client’s individual circumstances – covering all aspects of intellectual property, including trade marks, design protection and copyright.

His technical areas include:

  • Computer-related inventions
  • Electronics
  • Imaging technology
  • Mechanical and electromechanical inventions
  • Semiconductors

Professional roles

  • Partner, Nash Matthews LLP
  • Patent Attorney, Philips Electronics
  • Patent Attorney, Lloyd Wise

Key qualifications

BSc in Physics from Bristol University

Chartered Patent Attorney

European Patent Attorney


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