Shoosmiths hires Stuart Malcolm as intellectual property partner
Shoosmiths has appointed Stuart Malcolm, a specialist intellectual property (IP) lawyer, as a partner in its IP practice group.
Malcolm has a strong focus on the UK’s science, technology and innovation sectors, as well as the knowledge-based and creative economies.
Dual qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and in Scotland, he will be based primarily at Shoosmiths’ Reading office. He will also advise his clients in Scotland and help develop ACH Shoosmiths in Edinburgh.
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