Jeremy specialises in chemical and process engineering inventions.
Jeremy has worked with, and has particular interest in, the process engineering arts such as thermodynamics and heat transfer operations, mass transfer operations, chemical and mechanical filtration, rheology and distillation, drying technology, composite and wood technologies, particle technology, electrolysis including fuel cells as well as clean technologies and power generation.
Jeremy also deals with a variety of mechanical inventions, including the field of medical devices.
Jeremy's work includes:
- providing opinions on novelty and infringement
- drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications in New Zealand and overseas
- conducting infringement and freedom to operate assessments.
Prior to joining AJ Park, Jeremy worked at Gill Jennings & Every LLP in London. He has also worked for another New Zealand intellectual property (IP) law firm.
Jeremy was named in in the IAM Strategy 300 2019 as a world-leading IP strategist. This unique guide is an annual publication listing individuals that have shown to possess world-class skills in the development and roll-out of strategies that maximise the value of patents, copyright, trade marks and other IP rights. Only those nominated multiple times by different parties as outstanding IP strategists are listed in the IAM Strategy 300. Those who appear on the list, which is limited to 300 individuals worldwide, are regarded as ‘best in class'.
- BE (Hons) (Chem), University of Canterbury (2001)
- Registered Patent Attorney (New Zealand and Australia)
Jeremy Sim's insights
IP Update \ 30 Jul 2021
Upcoming changes to make amends for Australian designs
The Australian Government are progressing a programme of reforms to ensure the Australian design rights system is fit for purpose and to…
IP Update \ 18 Jun 2021
Australian innovation patent system approaches the finish line
The Australian innovation patent system is being phased out, with key changes taking place on 25 August 2021 (AEST). Steps must be…
Articles \ 29 Apr 2021
Managing intangible assets for exponential growth
Intangible assets do not occupy physical space. However, they have the potential to provide high value and exponential growth when identified and…
IP Update \ 3 Dec 2020
Australian High Court rejects the implied licence doctrine: establishes exhaustion…
The High Court of Australia has recently passed down a landmark 4-3 majority decision in Calidad Pty Ltd v Seiko Epson Corporation…
Articles \ 30 Nov 2020
Medicinal cannabis in New Zealand – a potted summary of…
The Misuse of Drugs (Medicinal Cannabis) Regulations 2019 came into effect from 1 April 2020. These regulations establish a scheme for licencing…
Articles \ 26 Nov 2020
Pesky pandemics and patents: how the conventional patent approach appears…
Over 70 vaccines and 150 drugs are currently being developed by various entities in an effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Any…
IP Update \ 18 Nov 2020
Proposed changes to New Zealand intellectual property laws
The New Zealand Government has recently proposed several amendments to New Zealand’s intellectual property laws, including the Patents Act 2013 (PA), the…