Joshua Parsi #
Josh mainly handles patent and design work in the engineering, materials and consumer products fields.
Josh joined Reddie & Grose in September 2015 after completing a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London. Through his academic experience, Josh was able to be involved on various projects involving fluid dynamics, structural analysis, turbomachinery, wind turbine design, MRI, robotics and automated drones. This means that Josh is able to assist clients in a wide variety of technical fields, ranging from aerospace to medical devices and other consumer products.
Josh has extensive experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in many different technical fields before the UK and European patent offices, as well as managing worldwide patent portfolios having a presence in other major IP jurisdictions. Josh has experience in handling complex EPO oppositions and appeals, and successfully representing clients’ interests at oral proceedings before the EPO.
Josh advises and represents clients of all shapes and sizes, by providing advice in relation to many aspects of patent and design protection to start-up clients, SMEs, multinational companies, and other institutions. He advises clients on the potential risks and actions associated with navigating third party IP rights (mainly, patents and designs) when launching new products and how these products could be protected through a cost-effective and pragmatic IP strategy. Josh takes particular enjoyment from assisting local clients with pursuing and protecting their IP interests.
Josh has also gained valuable commercial experience working in the patent department of a large multinational company. With such an experience, Josh is able to provide clients with commercially-focussed and effective patent advice. At university, Josh participated in a group project for automating the control of drone swarms. In his final year, he was awarded with the best experimental project prize for investigating the reliability of cardiac diffusion tensor imaging techniques in detecting cardiomyopathy. Josh was also included in the Dean’s list for Academic Excellence in his third and final years.
Josh is fluent in Spanish. In his spare time, Josh enjoys playing all sorts of ball-based sports as well as cycling, rollerblading and skiing. He also takes pleasure in cooking, travelling and attending concerts.
- Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA)
- Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)