Albright IP has announced the appointment of four new directors to its board. Cloe Loo, Frederick Noble, Marc Maidment, and Dr William Doherty have all been promoted to Director positions.
Having been with the firm for a number of years, these individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to their roles. Their appointments further strengthen Albright IP’s commitment to delivering director-led work, a key aspect of their service offering.
In addition to the directorial appointments, Albright IP has also promoted Joel Weston and Matthew Cyrson to the position of associates. This move is aimed at bolstering the firm’s growth and expanding its client base.
These new promotions will provide clients with increased confidence, knowing that their IP matters are being handled by senior and experienced members of the team.
Robert Games, Managing Director of Albright IP, commented: “I’m really pleased that we’ve been able to offer these four talented Patent attorneys’ directorships. They are all experienced Patent Attorneys who have already made a name for themselves in the IP world while supporting our clients. I’m looking forward to working with them at board level to continue to bring the business forward and provide exceptional service to our clients.”
The promotion of Weston and Cyrson was also highlighted by Robert, praising their respective contributions to the firm. Matthew Cyrson, has been an integral part of Albright IP’s Patent team for over seven years. He has played a key role in the firm’s response to the new Unitary Patent and has been instrumental in ensuring clients are well-informed and up to date.
Joel Weston, who specialises in Trade Marks, has excelled in handling complex opposition work for clients. With over 18 months of experience as a qualified Trade Mark attorney, he has achieved great success in this area.
With these strategic appointments and promotions, Albright IP is well-positioned to continue delivering high-quality, director-led services to its clients, further solidifying its reputation as a leading player in the intellectual property sector.