DLA Piper has hired renowned communications lawyer Mike Conradi as a partner in its London office.
He joins from specialist technology firm Kemp Little LLP, where he has worked as a partner in the commercial technology team since 2006.
Conradi is experienced in advising commercial and regulatory clients in the communication and technology sectors.
He previously worked with the Office of Telecommunications on secondment, advising on international telecoms regulation.
Commenting on his move, Richard Bonnar, partner and head of the UK’s intellectual property and technology practice, commented: “We are delighted that Mike is joining us, he is a very talented and highly regarded lawyer who will add considerable depth to the firm’s IT and telecoms expertise both nationally and internationally. We look forward to welcoming him to the practice.”
Mike added: “I am very excited to be joining DLA Piper and leveraging off the firm’s fantastic international platform and reputation. I look forward to working with new colleagues in the US, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.”
Prior to joining Kemp Little, Conradi spent eight years at Baker & McKenzie LLP.
He is featured in The International Who’s Who of Regulatory Communications Lawyers.