responsible for all of Managing IP’s Americas
content, including writing, commissioning and editing articles.
He writes about all aspects of intellectual property, with a
particular focus on US litigation and
developments at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
He has been writing about intellectual property since late
2013, and finds it a welcome relief after 11 years of covering
the reinsurance industry.
Michael studied economics and politics at the University of
Manchester. After a year out travelling around India and
south-east Asia failed to inspire any more-enlightened ideas,
he started his career in journalism in London in 2002 as a
graduate trainee at Euromoney Institutional Investor. He moved
to New York in 2005 and lives in the east village.
Recent articles: The petitioners, patent owners and law firms
topping the PTAB rankings Supreme Court rules that juries should
determine trade mark tacking Federal Circuit’s Cuozzo opinion
highlights unresolved IPR issues Further details of USPTO’s SAWS
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