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            Paul Attwood

            Partner

            Paul advises on a full range of commercial legal agreements, including agency, distribution, logistics, outsourcing, IT, licensing and co-packing arrangements. He also advises on aspects of intellectual property law and competition law.
            He advises major companies on the outsourcing of their logistics operations, packing of products, trademarks, protection of brands, distribution and agency.

            Companies come to Paul for advice and training on all aspects of contract and commercial law. His in-house background with Iceland Foods for over 12 years gave him the experience required to found the DWF Food Sector Group which now acts for a number of household names in the UK, many of which are in the food industry.

            He advises on a full range of commercial legal agreements, including agency, distribution, logistics, outsourcing, IT, licensing and co-packing arrangements. He also covers all aspects of intellectual property law and competition law. Paul also advises higher education institutions including universities on their commercial arrangements.

            A part of Paul's job which he particularly enjoys is advising major sporting and entertainment arenas on event agreements, sponsorship and naming rights.

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