Nick South is a Partner and a UK Chartered and European Patent Attorney in the Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Telecoms & IT patents department. Nick deals with patent issues across a wide range of areas, including electromagnetic sensors, semiconductor technology, electric motors, overhead power cables and medical instruments.
The partners of AA Thornton are very pleased to announce that Alex Bone, Sarah Darby, Nikesh Patel, Dr Marianne Privett and Nick South have become Partners of the firm as from September 2018. All are extremely experienced attorneys, and valued members of their patent and trade marks teams. Alex is a patent attorney in our… Read more »
A.A. Thornton & Co. was yesterday delighted to again be categorised a “leading firm” in this year’s Legal 500 publication.
A.A. Thornton & Co. is delighted to be recommended as a leading firm in the recently published 25th edition of the Legal 500 2012.
Motorsport Industry Association Summer Reception Attorneys Marianne Privett, Nick South, Nidhi Mukhuty and David Blair from the Automotive & Aerospace team attended the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) summer reception at the House of Lords. The prestigious event hosted 200 delegates of influence in the motorsport and automotive sectors, including MPs and Lords, who witnessed the… Read more »
UK and the UPC:What Will Happen Post-Brexit? Partner and Solicitor Geoff Hussey, and Patent Attorney Nick South write for Lawyer Monthly on behalf of the Charted Institute of Patent Attorneys on Brexit, and what is likely to happen over the next 9 months. This article was published originally by Lawyer Monthly on 29 June… Read more »
Engineering and electronics manufacturer Bosch recently set out details of how its products are helping hospitals to become ‘smarter’ in the way they provide their services and manage their valuable medical equipment [www.bosch-presse.de/pressportal/de/en/bosch-is-making-hospitals-smart-128448.html]. A longstanding client of A.A. Thornton & Co., Bosch is a household name for consumers in the areas of power tools and… Read more »
One of my abiding memories of learning to ride a motorbike is the sound of my instructor’s voice in my radio earpiece, telling me calmly (but with increasing frustration): “Cancel your indicator”, whenever I rode away from a junction. As a car driver, I am used to the car taking care of this as I… Read more »