Leading New Zealand judge questions QC title tradition

LEADING niche IT sole practitioner Arnold Segal has joined Theodore Goddard to take up the new post of head of its IT law practice.

At the City firm, Segal will head a cross-departmental team of 17 solicitors made up of IP, corporate, competition and entertainment specialists.

Segal set up his own practice in 1986 and acted in the field of information technology law for clients in the UK and abroad.

He said he decided to join Theodore Goddard because he was attracted by its facilities and expertise. He believes Theodore Goddard's specialisms in media and business law leave it well-placed to expand in the field of IT.