CEO appointment for leading intellectual property firm Appleyard Lees

4th September 2023, 7:18 am

Following an intensive selection process, Appleyard Lees is delighted to announce the appointment of Adam Nabozny as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Adam brings with him a wealth of experience in professional services having held various leadership roles within a range of client focused legal businesses. On his appointment Adam said “I am delighted to join the fantastic team at Appleyard Lees as we continue to build and drive the firm’s strategy. To join such a prestigious and leading firm of professionals is an absolute privilege. I am very much looking forward to working with my new colleagues, across all our locations, as we continue to offer the very best service to our clients and deliver on our exciting plans”. Adam will take responsibility for all operational areas of the business, collaborating with the partners to advance a firm strategy that fuels further growth, based on clients’ requirements now and in the future.

Appleyard Lees Managing Partner David Clark said, “We are excited to welcome Adam on board as Chief Executive Officer to lead our next chapter of growth and success.”

Adam is a qualified solicitor and Chartered Manager.

About Appleyard Lees

Appleyard Lees is a leading intellectual property law firm with around seventy patent and trade mark attorneys and litigators.

Who we are and what we do – but also, how we do it – makes us distinctive.

We help our clients protect and monetise their intellectual property, and manage post-grant challenges, should they arise.

We offer broad sector and industry knowledge, plus the ability to adapt our services to specific client requirements, in an agile way.

With offices in UK innovation hotspots, we are positioned to give clients expert strategic IP advice in the UK and worldwide.

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