Written by David Marchese
Following a record year for international investment into the UK, the Department for International Trade reported on 30 August 2016 that “The UK remains the number one investment destination in Europe”. To mark the occasion we have published a Guide to Doing Business in the UK which looks at different ways to do business with the UK from abroad, how to set up a business within the UK, and what the implications of doing so are.
We hope that it will be a useful source of information for current and potential clients, both UK and abroad, as well as setting out some of the broad range of services that we can offer to businesses and investors. We aim to keep the Guide up to date to reflect future developments.
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I graduated from Oxford University before qualifying as a solicitor at Herbert Smith. I went on to work at Richard Butler and then Davenport Lyons, before joining Gordon Dadds in 2014. I have extensive experience advising on the law of intellectual property, information technology and commercial contracts. I am the author of Business Licensing Agreements (Longman, 1995), the section on Supply of Goods and Services in Practical Commercial Precedents (Sweet & Maxwell) and several published articles including Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property (EIPR, 1999) and Warranties and Covenants in IP Licences (OUP, 2009).