Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP has appointed IP lawyer Clive Thorne in London.
With more than 30 years of experience, Thorne will be part of a team of six partners concentrating on contentious and non-contentiours IP, technology and outsourcing work.
Thorne, who joins from Arnold & Porter (UK) LLP, has worked in many high-profile IP disputes and has published extensively on IP matters including this year’s A User's Guide to Design Law.
Head of Reynolds Porter Chamberlain’s IP, technology & outsourcing group Jeremy Drew commented on the move saying: "We are thrilled that Clive is joining us. IP remains a fast growing area for RPC, and Clive brings a wealth of experience and skills that will help us continue that growth by supporting the needs of our clients, particularly in the patents field."
Thorne features in The International Who’s Who of Trademark Lawyers and The International Who’s Who of Internet and e-Commerce Lawyers.