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Selina is a non-contentious IP transactional lawyer with particular experience of working with clients in the utilities, energy and tech sectors.
Selina advises on complex transactional IP matters, drafts and negotiates a range of agreements relating to the exploitation of IP (including technology transfer, licensing, R&D, manufacturing and collaboration agreements).
Selina has acted for a variety of UK universities during her career including Russell Group, non-Russell Group and post-92 universities. She has also been instructed on behalf of major corporates who have acted on the other side to universities.
Browne Jacobson's IP experts shine silver in world's leading trade mark lawyer rankings.
Advised GKN Aerospace on VentilatorChallengeUK.
Advised Dalet on acquisition of Flex Media Platform business from Ooyala.
Advising a major gas and electricity transmission entity on entering into technology collaborations for the development of bespoke technologies capable of implementation in the gas and electricity fields to drive efficiencies. This included advising on the regulated Ofgem funding streams and their interaction with the creation and usage of IP.
"The individuals at the firm all have the same DNA running through them of flexibility, openness and support. Selina Hinchliffe is our client partner and I can’t fault her support to us. We are open and frank with each other and she truly tries to understand what we need."
"Selina Hinchliffe is driven, insightful and energetic, Selina can always be relied on to get a job done. Extremely capable and exudes confidence, a great addition to any client team."
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National law firm Browne Jacobson has been ranked again for both its patent litigation and transactional work in the 2022 edition of IAM Patent 1000, the independent guide to the world’s leading patent law firms and practitioners.
Browne Jacobson’s national IP lawyers are celebrating after being ranked in the 2022 World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 - the independent guide which recognises leading trade mark experts across key jurisdictions around the globe.
Browne Jacobson’s national IP team is celebrating after again securing Tier 1 rankings in the East and West Midlands region and maintaining its Tier 3 status in London in the latest edition of Legal 500.
Women may have broken down many of society’s professional and personal barriers, but significant gender disparity remains in the research and development community. In this webinar, we are joined by those bucking the national trend to investigate why this is not necessarily the case in knowledge exchange.
Catch up on this on-demand video where intellectual property expert Selina Hinchliffe and corporate specialist Sam Sharp discussed spinouts and joint ventures providing significant commercial opportunities for universities to capitalise on their research and innovation expertise.
Catch up for part 2 of our education training videos, exploring the role of digital transformation on our education system.
The adoption of smart technology solutions by the health and care sector has exploded in 2020. The pandemic has driven the sector to increase its use of smart phone technology solutions (“Apps”), an example of which is conducting video consultations and assessments.
“Research and development” or “R&D” often invokes the concept that these activities are non-commercial or non-profit-making in nature, often due to the internal or grant funded nature of many projects.
As Universities look to utilise their labs and bring staff and students back to campus, whilst potentially continuing with at home study and research, what are the key IP issues to consider and associated health and safety aspects?
Join Browne Jacobson’s legal experts Selina Hinchliffe and Sam Sharp, along with Hampleton Partners technology M&A expert, Jonathan Simnett, in this exclusive webinar to learn from their experience with Autotech M&A transactions.
Our expert panel, comprised of IP and corporate law specialists, will be discussing IP commercialisation strategies, their benefits and pitfalls, drawing on experience across the private, public and higher education sectors.
In the wake of the Brexit withdrawal deal being unequivocally rejected by Members of Parliament on 15 January 2019, there is significant uncertainty for not only the gas sector but for the economy in general.
As private businesses, public bodies and universities alike strive to gain a competitive advantage, each increasingly look to each other to develop next generation products and services.