Andy Attfield #
Andy Attfield handles patent work in the software, electronics and electrical devices, and automotive fields.
Andy joined Reddie & Grose in 2017 after graduating with a Master’s degree in Physics from St. Hilda’s College, University of Oxford, where he co-founded the IN[SCI]TE undergraduate science conference.
Andy has drafted patents across a broad range of technologies, including in the fields of AI, electrical devices, software, and drones, for individual inventors and start-ups through to large multinational corporations. He also has experience prosecuting applications before the EPO and the UKIPO at all stages of proceedings from filing to grant, including assisting with oppositions and appeals at the EPO.
Within Reddie & Grose, Andy is a member of the electric and autonomous vehicles team within the electronics, electrical devices and software practice group. He has handled patents relating to a variety of related technologies, including vehicle software, electrical motors and battery systems. Andy is also interested in how the patent system interacts with the ever growing space economy, and has written on the topic and handled a variety of satellite network applications.
While not working Andy is an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying rock climbing, kayaking and mountaineering, amongst other activities.