Chris Hall (Partner) - Bristol (UK)

Chris Hall


Job Title

  • UK and European Patent Attorney


  • MPhys (University of Oxford)


  • Electronics and Communications
    • Electronics
    • Communications
    • Computing
    • Electrical

Language skills

  • English

Chris started his career at Haseltine Lake in 2005, after graduating from the University of Oxford with a Masters degree in Physics. He left in 2009 to join another Patent and Trade Mark Attorney firm in Oxford, but returned to Haseltine Lake in 2015. He qualified as a UK and European Patent Attorney in 2010.

Chris specialises in the fields of electronics and telecommunications, and has experience of a wide range of technologies in this sector. He has drafted and prosecuted applications deemed essential to the LTE and LTE-A standards, as well as applications relating to WiFi and NFC. In the electronics field, Chris has worked on applications relating to mixed-signal processing circuits, amplifiers and power management devices.

For a number of years, Chris handled some important applications in the fields of touch-based user interfaces and software (e.g. for smartphones and tablets), and represented clients in high-profile opposition and appeal hearings at the European Patent Office.

Chris also has a significant practice in medical devices, particularly in the field of radiotherapy and medical imaging techniques such as CT and MRI. 

During his training, Chris completed secondments at a multinational telecoms company in Sweden, and a fabless semiconductor company in Edinburgh specialising in signal processing and mixed-signal chips.

Contact Chris Hall (Partner)
Address Redcliff Quay,
120 Redcliff Street,
BS1 6HU United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 117 910 3200
F: +44 (0) 117 910 3201

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