Wed 8th Jun 2022
Climbing the IP career ladder: three new promotions in London
Page White Farrer is pleased to announce the promotion of three European patent attorneys in our London office.
Tom Keeling and Thomas Mahon have been promoted from senior associate to partner, and Dominic Weston has been promoted from associate to senior associate. They have over 20 years of intellectual property experience between them.
Specialising in the electronics and telecoms sector, Tom Keeling has worked at the firm since 2013. His degree included a particular focus on medical physics where he developed an understanding of the operation of a variety of devices used for medical diagnosis. Tom particularly enjoys handling technically challenging cases in any area of electronics or IT.
Starting at Page White Farrer in 2016, Thomas Mahon has since worked with a wide variety of clients. He has an aerospace engineering degree and mainly covers sectors including:
Dominic Weston has been promoted from associate to senior associate, having worked in intellectual property since 2014 after joining the profession with a master’s degree in physics and chemistry. As well as dealing with patents, Dominic has developed particular expertise in preparing, filing and advising on registered designs for protecting the appearance of a product.
All three attorneys have worked at Page White Farrer for many years, initially starting out as technical assistants while studying to take their qualifying exams.
‘The Board is very pleased to announce these promotions,’ says partner Jeff Daniels, ‘Page White Farrer takes great pride in seeing our attorneys climbing the IP career ladder. Thomas, Tom and Dominic are immensely hard working and dedicated to their clients. It is a pleasure having them as part of the team.’
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