Andrew Allan-Jones is a specialist intellectual property lawyer with a fascination for technology and deep experience in brand management.
Andrew cut his teeth at Linklaters dealing with the intellectual property aspects of corporate transactions and listings as well as large scale international patent litigation covering pharmaceuticals, medical devices and electronics. Building on that experience, Andrew has developed a practice covering technology, media, brand management and retail.
Andrew offers strategic advice on intellectual property disputes, licensing deals and corporate transactions. Examples of recent work include:
Copyright licensing deals with a number of film studios and international sports federations.
Acting for NHS England in the Lyrica patent dispute involving Warner-Lambert and Actavis.
Advising on a £10m TV advertising campaign for a new drinks brand.
Advising a number of key clients on brand management.
Advising a novel technology company on IP strategy, risk management and licensing.
Chambers & Partners describes Andrew as "calm under pressure" and "a fount of industry knowledge".