Barrister specialising in intellectual property law. Notable recent cases include: Mitsubishi/Sisvel v Archos & others (patent/FRAND; telecoms), Kwikbolt v Airbus (patent; aerospace industry), Allied Bakeries v Warburtons (passing off; bread) Conversant v Huawei (patent/FRAND; telecoms); Allergan v Aspire/Accord (patent; pharmaceuticals); Resman v Tracerco (patent; oilfield tracing), Cantel v Arc (patent; registered and unregistered designs), Neptune v DeVOL (design right; kitchens); Focus v Novartis (patent; pharmaceuticals); Napp v Sandoz (patent; pharmaceuticals); Unwired Planet v Google & Samsung (patent; telecoms); Good Technology v MobileIron (patent; telecoms); (Flynn v DrugsRus (trade mark parallel imports; pharmaceuticals); CGTL v Velocys (patent; Fischer Tropsch processing); Nampak v Alpla(patent; packaging); Rovi v Virgin (patent; set-top boxes); Doosan v Babcock (trade mark; nuclear power); Virgin v Premium etc (HC, CA and SC)(patent; aircraft seating) Henry's practice covers a broad range of Intellectual Property disputes, and although he has a focus on patents (including both pharmaceutical and telecoms) he also has wide experience of other areas of IP. He has experience of litigation at all levels from the IPO to the Supreme Court.
Educated at Ellesmere College, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge 1998, BA(Eng). Queen’s Gurkha Engineers. Called 2000 - Middle Temple.