Gavin Dundas #
Gavin Dundas handles patent work in the physics, engineering, materials and consumer products fields.
Gavin joined Reddie & Grose in 2013 having graduated from the University of St Andrews with a Master’s degree in Chemistry and Physics. Gavin qualified as a European Patent Attorney and UK Patent Attorney in 2017, and was awarded the Strode Prize for the highest mark in the Advanced IP Law and Practice (FD1/P2) UK qualifying examination 2016.
Gavin handles patent work in the physics, engineering, materials and consumer products fields. He is regularly involved in drafting, filing and prosecuting UK, European, and international (PCT) patent applications in technical areas including electrochemistry, medical equipment and semiconductor devices. Gavin also has experience in patent searching and preparing infringement, patentability and freedom to operate opinions.
Gavin’s background includes physical and inorganic chemistry, as well as physics and materials science. Gavin also developed an interest in environmental chemistry through internships at UNESP University in Brazil, where he carried out research on arsenic speciation, and at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina, where he carried out research on absorption of arsenic by plants. He completed his Master’s thesis on the development of novel materials for fuel cell electrodes.
Gavin speaks Brazilian Portuguese.
In his free time, Gavin’s interests include golf, tennis and squash. He also plays the bagpipes.
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