BSc BGeom(Hons) GDipIPLaw FIPTA GAICD

Patent and Trade Marks Attorney

Saskia Jahn Saskia Jahn, Partner
Office location
Melbourne
Service location
Melbourne
Department
Electronics, Physics and IT
Service areas
Patents
Expertise
Clean Technology
Elec. Engineering
ICT & Software
Physics
Specialities
Analytical instrumentation
Mapping technologies
Microfluidics
Optical security devices
Signal processing Electronics
Smart mining
Qualifications
Bachelor of Science, University of Melbourne, 1999
Bachelor of Geomatics (Hons), University of Melbourne, 2000
Registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney, 2003
Registered Australian Trade Marks Attorney, 2003
Graduate Diploma Intellectual Property Law, University of Melbourne, 2004
Graduate, AICD, Company Directors Course, 2018
Direct telephone
+61 3 9622 2209
Email
saskia.jahn@pof.com.au
Year joined
2000
Year qualified
2003
Memberships
The Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia (Fellow)
The Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc.
Asian Patent Attorneys Association – Councillor
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About Saskia

Saskia is the firm’s Electronics, Physics and IT (EPIT) team leader and has over 15 years’ experience in intellectual property (IP). Saskia has extensive experience in preparing patent specifications, multi-jurisdictional patent prosecution and providing patentability and FTO opinions across a range of technologies including electronic devices, renewable energy, telecommunications, microelectromechanical structures, spectroscopic equipment, analytical instrumentation, optical security devices, signal processing, medical devices, software and FinTech.

Saskia has worked with a large range of clients including Universities, Research Organisations, SMEs, individuals and global corporations to develop strategies for the protection of IP locally and in foreign jurisdictions. She also handles the trade mark portfolios of a number of local clients and has considerable experience in advising trade mark owners on trade mark issues including registrability and infringement, particularly in the Asia Pacific region.