The IP Federation elects new President, Bobby Mukherjee
13 July 2012
The IP Federation is pleased to announce that Dr Bobby Mukherjee has been elected as the new President of the Federation, effective 13 July 2012.
Dr Bobby Mukherjee is a qualified UK and European Patent Attorney with over 16 years’ experience of IP work gained in private practice and at BAE Systems plc. He is currently the Chief Counsel – IP & Technology Law, BAE Systems. He has represented his current employer on the Patents Committee and Council of the IP Federation for some of those years.
Bobby’s career has mostly been spent in the physics field, obtaining and defending patent protection for new products, processes and services globally. He gained a first degree in Natural Sciences (specialising in Physics) from Cambridge University in 1990, and then a Doctorate Degree (D.Phil.) on High Temperature Superconductors from Oxford University in 1995. He has published various research papers in Scientific Journals during that time, and during his work experience at the National Physical Laboratory.
In his spare time, Bobby enjoys spending time with friends and family, travelling, playing the bongos and piano, and closely following cricket.
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