Will Morgan


UK and European Patent Attorney | UPC Representative


About Will

Will specialises in obtaining and managing patent portfolios in the fields of analogue, digital and mixed signal electronics, semiconductor device design and fabrication, medical technology, signal processing and telecommunications.  Will also has substantial experience in the prosecution of registered designs around the World.

Will works with large corporates and SMEs, as well as universities and research institutions.  He is well regarded for his client-focused approach, which prioritizes a deep understanding of his clients’ businesses and aims, ensuring service is tailored to their needs.

Will has extensive expertise in patent systems across Asia and the Pacific, which he garnered during his time practising in Sydney.  In addition to Europe and the UK, he is qualified to act before the Australian and New Zealand patent offices.

Outside of work, Will dedicates his time to a combination of family, fitness, and fermentation, not necessarily in that order.

Particular areas of expertise include semiconductor devices, semiconductor fabrication tools and techniques, analog & mixed signal electronics, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), photovoltaics (PV), system on chip (SOC), lab on a chip (LOC), data storage, photonics (PICS), audio processing, power conversion, batteries, battery management, bus architecture, processors, implantable devices, machine-body interface devices, wearable devices, analyte monitoring, and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM).

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MEng Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology (University of Southampton)
UK Patent Attorney
European Patent Attorney
Australia and New Zealand Patent Attorney

What clients say about Will:
I would highly recommend Will Morgan as a diligent, thorough and experienced patent attorney, who is incredibly approachable, providing a trusted, enjoyable and productive relationship for his clients.
— Liz Williams, CEO, Hemideina Pty Ltd