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 .
“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.”
“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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