London
05 May 2017
Reporter: Barney Dixon

Bristows promotes experienced IP tech lawyer


Bristows has promoted lawyer Angela Fouracre to partner, bringing Bristows total number of partners to 41.

Fouracre is an experienced technology lawyer, with a focus on dispute resolution, intellectual property contracts and copyright issues.

She is a member of Bristow’s commercial and technology disputes practice, which has acted for companies such as Sony, Google and Blizzard Entertainment.

Theo Savvides, joint managing partner of Bristows, said: “Angela Fouracre is an experienced and incisive litigator who demonstrates inspiring commitment to her clients and colleagues alike.”

“She is a key member of the commercial and technology disputes team and has huge experience advising clients in the TMT and life sciences sectors. We are delighted to welcome her into the partnership.”

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