Tasmina has experience in a diverse range of both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters
Tasmina is an Associate in our Intellectual Property Group, based in London.
Tasmina has experience in a diverse range of contentious intellectual property matters for clients across sectors including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, aviation and manufacturing.
She also advises in relation to complex commercial contracts relating to the acquisition or exploitation of intellectual property rights. Her experience includes advising on intellectual property matters and due diligence in respect of corporate transactions including M&As, investments, joint ventures and corporate restructuring.
Her strong life science background lends well to her experience advising on aspects of UK and EU regulatory law relating to clinical trials, medicinal products, medical devices and use of human tissue.
Tasmina graduated from The School of Pharmacy (University of London) in 1999 with a first class BSc degree in Toxicology & Pharmacology. During her undergraduate studies, she spent a year in the Medicines Safety & Evaluation Division of GlaxoWellcome. Having completed her degree, she obtained her PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Cambridge in 2003 before undertaking several years' research at a post-doctoral level. Her doctoral and post-doctoral work was directed at the cross-talk between intracellular signaling pathways, in particular calcium and cAMP.
She is the co-author of both scientific and legal publications and holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law & Practice (Distinction) from the University of Oxford.
Tasmina was admitted as a solicitor (England & Wales) in September 2011.