Marjan is a partner in A&O’s Intellectual Property group specialising in patent and regulatory law particularly in the life sciences sector.
Marjan graduated with a degree in Medical Sciences and Pharmacology (having completed the preclinical years of a degree in Medicine) before going on to study law. She writes and speaks extensively on a range of patent and regulatory topics and is a co- author of the chapter on "Introduction to European Regulatory Rights" in Intellectual Property in the Life Sciences text.
Recommended as one of the UK's leading patent litigators and regulatory specialists, Chambers 2015/16 and 2017/18 comments: "Marjan Noor is one of the most respected figures in life sciences patent litigation, not least because of her profound understanding of the interplay of IP and regulatory concerns" and "Marjan Noor is commended for her leadership of make-or-break patent disputes ". One key client said: "She is excellent - highly motivated, creative, extremely thorough and very responsive". A source says : "She is a massively experienced and fantastic litigator who has boundless charm and excellent soft skills"
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News & insights
Publications: 04 DECEMBER 2019
Global Head of IP David Stone speaks to Lexology Learn about design rights in comparison to other, more common IP rights and why brand owners are becoming much more interested in design rights in the UK.Read more
Publications: 13 JULY 2018
In the case of Jushi Group v OCV  EWCA Civ 1416, the Court of Appeal has considered the question of the relevant test to apply when assessing whether a prior disclosure of numerical ranges will anticipate a later claim to overlapping numerical ranges.Read more
Publications: 18 MAY 2018
Life Sciences group team members Marjan Noor and Rafi Allos have recently published a Practice Note for Practical Law on EU regulatory data protection.Read more
Publications: 30 APRIL 2018
AG rejects core inventive advance and scope of protection tests in favour of a disclosure-based approach to Art 3(a) SPC RegulationRead more