Jesper Levin

Jesper obtains and sustains commercially relevant IP rights for his clients. He focuses his practice on the life sciences, med-tech and pharmaceuticals.

He attended the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and spent a year as an honorary research assistant in the Dept. of Biochemistry in University College London (UCL). He was a member of the UCLU Gliding Club and the UCLU Mountaineering Club.

Jesper obtained his M.Sc. in Biochemical Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark in 1989 and later conducted research for his Ph.D. thesis in the Genetics Department at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) in collaboration with Novo Nordisk. He was rather unexpectedly selected to play cricket for the Trinity College Museum Players.

He entered the IP profession in 1996 and passed the European Qualifying Examination in 2002. Jesper represents Clients in Opposition and Appeal proceedings at the European Patent Office (EPO). He regularly attends personal interviews at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in Washington D.C.

Jesper successfully and efficiently navigates complex patent cases to issuance in both the United States and Europe and mounts a vigorous defense of any Client IP position under attack.

Jesper is a member of FICPI, AIPPI, FIR and LES Scandinavia.