Anthony is a well-established commercial, technology and intellectual property lawyer who advises on contentious and non-contentious IP matters for businesses and institutions involved in art, brands and technology. Alongside his role as a consultant solicitor at Keystone Anthony is the GC at the V&A. In recent years he has advised the BSI Group on contentious trade mark matters, negotiated a brand licence to take William Shakespeare’s birthplace to China, advised many technology-focussed SMEs in their contract negotiations, provided a full range of legal support to publishing businesses and advised numerous museums and galleries including the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Armouries and the Postal Museum on contract and IP matters. Anthony lectures on IP and related subjects for Queen Mary College’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), the Institute of Art & Law and the London School of Economics.
Anthony is an associate member of CITMA and CIPA.
1999 Qualified as a Solicitor; 1997-2015 Trainee Solicitor, Solicitor then Partner at Farrer & Co; 2015-Present, Consultant Solicitor at Keystone Law and GC at the V&A. Anthony is a trustee of two charities: the Association for Cultural Enterprises and the Sir Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.