Jamie Muir Wood

Year called:
2012
Practice areas:
IP, Patents, Copyright & Design, Trade Marks, IT, Media & Entertainment, Privacy

Profile

Jamie specialises in intellectual property, media and entertainment.  He regularly appears in cases in the High Court, the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court and the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office as well as being instructed in cases proceeding in the Court of Appeal, the General Court and at the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

Since joining Hogarth Chambers, Jamie has been involved in the full range of intellectual property disputes, with his practice covering patents, trade marks, copyright, designs and confidential information.  He is a contributor to the CIPA Guide to the Patents Act.

Jamie completed a combined Bachelor of Arts and Master of Natural Sciences degree at the University of Cambridge, focussing on materials science.  Afterwards, Jamie remained at Cambridge to undertake a doctorate in materials science, looking at shape memory materials, and further postdoctoral research, creating metal foams for air batteries.

Jamie then left academia to spend 5 years working in the construction industry, initially assisting expert witnesses in a wide range of construction disputes and subsequently advising banks and other funders on risk in construction projects.  During this time, he completed a part time Master of Science degree in construction law and dispute resolution and a part time law degree.

His technical and commercial background provides Jamie with an ideal foundation for working on complex intellectual property disputes and enables him to take a pragmatic view of disputes.

Cases

Membership

ADR Group accredited civil and commercial mediator

Member of the British Literary and Artistic Copyright Association

Member of the Chancery Bar Association

Member of the Intellectual Property Bar Association

Member of the Society of Construction Law

Member of IPSoc (the society for junior IP practitioners)

Honorary Treasurer of the King’s College Construction Law Association

Qualifications and Regulations

Qualifications

BA, Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2001

MSci, Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2002

MA, University of Cambridge, 2005

PhD, Materials Science, University of Cambridge, 2006

MSc, Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, King’s College London, 2009

LLB, BPP Law School, 2011

BPTC, BPP Law School, 2012

Regulations

Jamie is a self-employed, independent barrister whose practice is governed by the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales.  He is registered with the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales (Bar Ref: 59717)

He has professional indemnity insurance provided by the Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund (BMIF Ref: 2190/060). Please refer to the BMIF website for full details of the world-wide cover provided, and the BMIF’s contact details.

Publications

CIPA Guide to the Patents Act (the ‘Black Book’)