Christine Fenlon (Partner) - London (UK)

Christine Fenlon


Job Title

  • UK and European Patent Attorney


  • BSc Physics (Imperial College, London)


  • Electronics and Communications
    • Electronics
    • Communications
    • Computing
    • Electrical
  • Energy, Environmental and Engineering
    • Automotive
    • Civil & structural engineering
    • Medical

Language skills

  • English

Christine has over 25 years' patent drafting and prosecution experience worldwide in a wide range of technical areas for applicants based in Britain and elsewhere. She has a great deal of experience in drafting patent applications for inventions in the field of railway engineering, including rail fastenings and other track apparatus, as well as other fields including mobile telecommunications, CAD meshing processes and distributed temperature sensors.

As well as the above fields, Christine has experience in the areas of optoelectronic and semiconductor devices including LEDs, MEMS technology, waste gasification, ultrasound imaging, and optical and magnetic disk technology.

In addition to handling much European and British prosecution, she prosecutes patent applications in a large number of other territories, including India, China, Japan, Korea, Russia, USA, Canada, Mexico, South America and Australia. 

Christine's clients include the global market leader in rail fastening components, a large Japanese telecommunications and electronics company, designers of optical sensors and other optoelectronic devices, semiconductor device manufacturers and companies working in the fields of optical and magnetic disk technology.

Contact Christine Fenlon (Partner)
Address Lincoln House,
5th Floor 300 High Holborn,
WC1V 7JH United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 207 611 7900
F: +44 (0) 207 611 7901

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