Intellectual property lawyers Tumbridge and Harris set to join Pillsbury in London
Pillsbury has announced that award-winning intellectual property lawyers James Tumbridge and Paul Harris, from Gowlings (UK) LLP, will be joining its London office as partners in the intellectual property practice.
Tumbridge and Harris bring a wide-ranging background in intellectual property litigation and transactions, dispute resolution and government relations, with a client base that spans across industries and disciplines, including consumer goods, medical devices and luxury products.
Tumbridge, who was a founder of Gowlings’ London office in 2008, trained as an English barrister and has practiced in the US, Canada and the UK across a range of litigious matters but particularly intellectual property.
Harris is a leading IP litigator with more than 25 years’ expertise, having been involved in a number of prominent IP cases and recognised by the World Trademark Review.
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