Tasmina Goraya is a senior associate in the firm’s Life Sciences Group and specialises in patent litigation, transactional/commercial IP work and life science regulatory matters.

She has advised on:

  • A broad range of regulatory and compliance issues in the relating to pharmaceuticals, medical devices, cosmetics and human cells and tissue.
  • Intellectual property aspects of corporate transactions and on a range of commercial agreements, including licence and assignment agreements, research and development agreements, materials transfer agreements and clinical trials agreements.
  • Patent disputes across a range of sectors, including providing strategic advice on infringement and validity of patents.
  • Life science contract disputes.

Tasmina graduated with a first class honours degree in Toxicology & Pharmacology from The School of Pharmacy, University of London before completing her PhD in Pharmacology at the University of Cambridge.  She then worked as post-doctoral scientist for several years before moving into law.

She regularly writes articles on issues affecting the life sciences industry and holds a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice from the University of Oxford.