Jonathan Midgley


Jonathan advises companies on a broad range of subject areas from simple mechanical devices to complex communication network technology.

Jonathan looks after the needs of UK based clients, from a large analogue and digital integrated circuit manufacturer to small start up companies. Jonathan is also responsible for assisting multinational corporations with their patent portfolios. His principal specialisations are in the field of telecommunications, signal processing, analogue/digital circuit design and general electronics.

Jonathan has experience representing clients at both the UK Patent Office and the European Patent Office, including appearing before the Examining, Opposition and Appeal Boards of the EPO.

Jonathan graduated from Cambridge University with a Master’s Degree in Engineering specialising in electronic and electrical engineering and acoustics. He was sponsored through University by Thorn EMI Electronics including working for them in their design and production engineering divisions.

Additional Information

Partner of Cleveland Scott York, 2017


Drafting & prosecution of patent applications
Mechanical, Electrical, Software & Electronics
Advising on infringement and validity
Appeals & oppositions before the EPO
Portfolio management and strategy


MA Engineering, University of Cambridge
Chartered Patent Attorney 1999
European Patent Attorney 1997



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