Dr. Anthony Coleman
Coller IP has formed a strategic partnership with Naomi Korn Associates. Combining a wealth of expertise and skills, the partnership will provide long-term, comprehensive and cost-effective intellectual property and data privacy consultancy and training support. Anthony is Chief Analyst, Coller IP.
Anthony has over eight years’ experience in intellectual property, specifically relating to the valuation of IP for M&A, licensing and investment purposes; patent portfolio review; patent/technology landscaping; competitor analysis; and IP scouting. He has provided IP valuation training in Turkey to corporate clients and TTOs, as well as speaking at events in Turkey and Thailand on IP licensing and valuation.
Anthony has broad experience in both the corporate and academic sectors across Europe. He has gained substantial experience working with clients across multiple sectors and industries including lighting, optoelectronics, polymers (production processes and chemistry), automotive, aerospace, energy, FMCG, agriculture & agro-chemical, as well as medical devices.
In his previous role working for CPA Global as a technical consultant, Anthony gained experience in IP due diligence, technology landscaping, IP scouting and IP strategy for businesses across multiple industries including petrochemicals, polymers, aerospace, automotive, medical devices and energy, assisting these clients in better aligning their IP strategy with their business development and R&D efforts.
Anthony has also worked as an IP consultant for Philips in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, working closely with Philips Research, in projects including portfolio management and strategy in monitoring competitor activity through patent landscaping, aligning research and IP filing strategies and investigating IP acquisition or licensing targets.
He holds BSc in Chemistry with German from DCU, Ireland and a PhD in Organometallic photochemistry from DCU. Anthony has completed post-doctoral research on ‘smart’ materials with Nobel Laureate Prof. Ben Feringa in the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.