Kat in the limelight - briefly

Happier at reporting the news than making it, IPKat team blogger Jeremy is obliged to flash the limelight briefly on himself and report that, from 1 June, he will be working as Intellectual Property Consultant to UK top thirty law firm Olswang. He will be based in that firm's London office in Holborn, a stone's throw from Lincoln's Inn in the capital's IP heartland.

Right: the IPKat tests out the office equipment at his new consultancy

While Jeremy looks forward to teaming up again with Nigel Swycher and to meeting his new colleagues, he'd like to take this opportunity to say a very public thank you to Slaughter and May for the tremendous support and encouragement which that firm has given him over the past 13 years. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to work there, where he has made many good and valued friends.

Olswang press release here; coverage in The Lawyer here and in Legal Week here
Kat in the limelight - briefly Kat in the limelight  -  briefly Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, May 14, 2007 Rating: 5

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