Tom Broster – Solicitor
Tom is an intellectual property lawyer advising on a wide range of intellectual property matters, with a particular focus on contentious and non-contentious copyright, design and trade mark issues.
Tom is particularly experienced in advising businesses and individuals on international trade mark protection and strategy. Tom also advises on a wide range of data protection issues, notably providing advice and strategy in relation to the new General Data Protection Regulation due to come into force on 25th May 2018.
Tom previously worked at a Magic Circle law firm, and trained at a Top 100 UK law firm, gaining experience in contentious and non-contentious commercial and intellectual property matters.
Tom has a degree in Law from the University of Liverpool, and completed his legal studies at BPP University where he obtained a distinction.