Dual-qualified solicitor and Chartered Trade Mark Attorney, Chris Hoole, last month relocated to the Cambridge office of leading intellectual property firm Appleyard Lees.
Chris is looking forward to supporting existing and new clients in Cambridge, the UK and beyond, from his new home base.
Chris will continue his work to help build the national litigation and trade mark practices of Appleyard Lees, as the firm positions itself for further growth in years to come.
“Chris is a fantastic lawyer who will be a great resource for clients in and around Cambridge,” said Robert Cumming, Head of Litigation and Trade Marks at Appleyard Lees. “He brings new skills to our Cambridge team, which offers a full range of intellectual property services.”
Chris works with well-recognised super-brands, blue-chip multinationals, UK companies and high-growth start-ups. Helping clients protect and police their intellectual property rights, Chris handles complex intellectual property disputes and is a designs specialist.
Chris said, “London and the Southeast in general, but Cambridge in particular, are vibrant and active centres for intellectual property. I’m really looking forward to supporting this exciting and dynamic local community of inventors and intellectual property owners.”
With over fifty patent and trade mark attorneys and litigators, Appleyard Lees is a leading intellectual property law firm.
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