Waterfront’s Piers Strickland has been ranked in the international business law guide Who’s Who Legal.
Piers, who is Waterfront’s Joint Head of Intellectual Property and Dispute Resolution, is classed as a “global leader” in Who’s Who Legal. He receives recommended ranking in the intellectual property and copyright section of this year’s guide. The commentary reads as follows:
“Piers Strickland is a distinguished name in the English IP market, with sources endorsing him as “an excellent lawyer with a very innovative approach”.
Who’s Who Legal identifies the foremost legal practitioners in multiple areas of business law. It features over 24,000 of the world’s leading private practice lawyers and 2,500 consulting experts from more than 150 national jurisdictions.
It is compiled each year with the aim of acting as a reference source for companies and individuals to examine the reputations of expert lawyers they may have been recommended or are considering hiring.
To find out more visit the Whose Who Legal Website.
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