Barbara Pitt (Patent Administration Manager) - Bristol (UK)

Barbara Pitt

Patent Administration Manager

Technologies

  • Energy, Environmental and Engineering

    Language skills

    • English

    As Formalities Manager, Barbara has overall responsibility for the formalities department of the Bristol Engineering team. She has extensive experience in the formalities aspect of preparing and prosecuting patent applications worldwide derived from over 33 years working in intellectual property. Barbara's broad experience includes all aspects of preparing and processing applications and supporting documents for filing International, European and foreign patent applications and the validating of European Patent Applications in each European country.

    She also has extensive formalities experience in filing Design applications worldwide together with filing European Community Design applications.

    Barbara joined Haseltine Lake in 1998 from a very well respected London based firm of patent and trade mark attorneys where she was a patent formalities assistant. Prior to working in London she had over four years' experience working as a patent formalities assistant for another well respected firm of patent and trade mark attorneys in Dublin, Ireland.

    Barbara has been awarded the Certificate in Patent Administration from the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys in London. She is also a qualified accounting technician (MAAT) with certificates from the Institute of Accounting Technicians (UK).

    Contact Barbara Pitt (Patent Administration Manager)
    Address Redcliff Quay,
    120 Redcliff Street,
    Bristol,
    BS1 6HU United Kingdom
    E: bpitt@hlk-ip.com
    T: +44 (0) 117 910 3200
    F: +44 (0) 117 910 3201

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