Joelson expands Intellectual Property practice, hiring Akash Sachdeva as Partner

Posted Monday 9th March 2020

Joelson, the London law firm, today announces the hire of Akash Sachdeva, as Partner (Intellectual Property), within their Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice.

Akash has over two decades of intellectual property litigation experience that he brings to Joelson, having regularly advised high-growth tech companies and household brand names on issues including patent litigation, trade secret arbitration, social media conduct, advertising disputes and digital reputation management.

Akash has also spent 5 years as a solicitor in Hong Kong specialising in hi-tech disputes and has had significant experience in international arbitration, having acted in ICC, AAA and LCIA arbitration disputes.

His previous clients have included BlackBerry, eBay and Williams Formula One .

Jo Gregory, Partner – Litigation & Dispute Resolution at Joelson, says:

“We are thrilled to announce that Akash Sachdeva is joining our team as a Partner. Following recent case wins, we are fortunate to be experiencing a period of tremendous growth, and we are growing the team to reflect that.

“Akash’s experience and expertise will be invaluable to both current and future clients.”

Akash Sachdeva, Partner (Intellectual Property) – Litigation & Dispute Resolution at Joelson, says:

“Joelson is a firm I have admired for a number of years and it is a privilege to have this opportunity to join them on the next chapter of their journey.

“As a business they have a true client-first approach, which is a principle I have always sought to live by throughout my career to date. With that in mind, this represents a natural next step for my career and I am excited to get started.”

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