Mr. Stuart Seymour is a (former) Swiss Patent Clerk and Registrar of the Academy of Intellectual Property Law, Oxford.
Mr. Seymour studied English, history and political science at Pinetown College, South Africa. Following his studies at university, he became a law enforcement officer at the local Police Constabulary. However, he became increasingly caught up in the political turmoil and civil unrest in South Africa during the 1990’s. Political events caused Mr. Seymour to emigrate from South Africa to the United Kingdom, then to Switzerland, and finally to the United States.
Mr. Seymour earned a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law at University of California, San Diego.
Mr. Seymour completed a six-year apprenticeship under the direction of a Chartered Engineer with the aim of practicing biomedical engineering.
Currently, Mr. Seymour is a consultant to the biomedical industry, specializing in orthopedics.
Mr. Seymour is familiar with the details of patent prosecution before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office, and before the competent authorities in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, and South Africa.