Private Practice

IP & Technology Disputes Associate

IP & Technology Disputes Associate

  • About the firm: Our practice spans a wide range of industry sectors, with a particular focus on technology and media, retail, commercial and financial disputes, regulatory and insurance.
  • About the role: Our dynamic, progressive and strongly regarded IP & Technology Disputes team deals with all aspects of IP and technology work.
  • Looking for: The successful candidate will be well versed in technology and IP work, with a particular emphasis on IT disputes, soft IP, licensing disputes and contractual disputes.
  • Opportunities: This role offers an exciting opportunity to be a part of this sustained development and the overall growth of the Group.
  • And more: Experience of non-contentious technology and IP work would be welcomed, although the role will be primarily disputes/advisory based.

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