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Mark Ridgway

Partner

London

Ridgway Mark
Mark Ridgway

Partner

London

Mark advises innovative clients on a range of cross-border contentious IP matters, applying his scientific background (BEng (Hons) in Electronic Engineering) and many years’ experience to a range of disputes involving technical subject matter. Mark has particular experience of patents and trade secrets litigation, advising clients from the life sciences sectors, technology and financial services sectors. He was recently listed as a “rising star” of the London litigation market by Legal Week.

Experience highlights

Office

London

Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
London
E1 6AD

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as solicitor, England and Wales, 2004

Academic

BEng, Electronics Engineering, The University of Nottingham, 2000

Diploma, Law, 2001

Diploma, 2002

Recognition

 

News & insights

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Publications: 16 APRIL 2020

Podcast: The importance of branding to digital transformation

Nigel Parker discusses the importance of getting the branding right when undergoing digital transformation and why a business may wish to establish a new brand, a sub-brand or realign its existing…

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Publications: 15 APRIL 2020

Podcast: How to protect IP as part of a digital transformation strategy

Whether digitalising by building out new digitally-focused units or externally via M&A, many IP challenges will arise especially as digital transformation can happen fast. Meeting these challenges…

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Publications: 30 OCTOBER 2020

Covid–19 coronavirus update: an overview of European Commission State aid decisions (updated 30 October 2020)

Under State aid rules, UK and EEA Member State governments may not generally provide selective assistance to businesses without prior approval from the European Commission (EC). This includes…

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Publications: 20 MARCH 2020

IP rights in the UK during and after the Brexit transition period

The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 and is currently in a transition period with the EU. What does this mean for IP rights and what happens to IP protection in the UK at the end of this transition?

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