Richard Miller QCGuy Burkill QC
received a first class honours degree in engineering from Cambridge University. He was called to the bar in 1981, receiving Middle Temple’s Campbell Foster prize, and has always practised in IP. He took silk in 2002. He specialises in patent litigation, notably in cases with a high technology component.His Honour Judge Colin Birss QC
was appointed as a judge of the Patents County Court and Chairman of the Copyright Tribunal in October 2010. He took silk in 2008. Before his judicial appointment Colin Birss had an established practice at the bar in the field of intellectual property law. Douglas Campbell
took first class honours in Chemistry at Oxford, where he was awarded the Turbott Prize and placed second to the Gibbs Prize; and the top distinction from City University in its Diploma in Law. A former Inner Temple Major Scholar and Pegasus Scholar, he is a member of the Attorney-General’s Panel of Junior Counsel to the Crown.
All four authors are members of Three New Square, a set of chambers specialising in intellectual property law and recently voted IP/IT set of the year
for 2010 by Chambers & Partners.