Our news: Anderson Law LLP is born

Anderson & Company is dead: long live Anderson Law LLP. 17 years after setting up in practice as Anderson & Company, we have converted the firm into a limited liability partnership, Anderson Law LLP, and Paul Maclennan has joined me as a partner (member).

Paul joined Anderson & Company in 2005. He has experience of all the sectors in which our clients operate, including biotech, IT, general commercial, and academic research and knowledge transfer. He will continue to work in all of these areas, but with an emphasis on the IT and telecommunications sectors. Paul has a first degree in computing and law, and a post-graduate diploma in IP law from the University of Oxford. Prior to qualifying as an English solicitor, he gained experience in the software industry, working in both programming and customer liaison roles.

Paul grew up in Stornaway, in the far north of Scotland, where his family is actively involved in the annual Hebridean Celtic Festival.

Meanwhile, Anderson Law LLP’s in-house notary has been busy. Full-time consultant Victor Warner joined Anderson & Company in 1997 and is qualified both as a solicitor and as a notary public. Victor is experienced in dealing with the range of notary tasks that commercial clients require, and is co-author (with Mark Anderson) of the Law Society publication, Execution of Documents.

Victor provides notary services for leading international law firms, patent attorneys, companies and universities. He is flexible about travelling in and around London to visit clients. This flexible approach has proved to be attractive to busy executives, and Victor has experienced a considerable increase in notary work recently.

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