Biography

Mark Lubbock is a partner in the Intellectual Property Group.

Mark specialises in commercial information technology, intellectual property and privacy law. He advises clients on a wide variety of both contentious and non-contentious matters and has extensive experience in the intellectual property, data protection, information technology, healthcare, e-commerce, outsourcing and commercial contracts practice areas.

Mark advises clients in a wide variety of industry sectors and on commercial arrangements, technology transfer agreements, trade mark and merchandising licenses and on outsourcing, development and procurement agreements with a technology focus, and in corporate and corporate finance transactions.

Prior to Brown Rudnick, Mark was a senior partner in the Digital Economy Group at Ashurst.

Awards

Education

University of Cambridge – 1980

Bar Admissions

England & Wales
Publications
Co-author, "England & Wales: Cybersecurity," GDR Insight Handbook 2020 (November 2019)
Co-author, Cybersecurity chapter, GDR (October 2019)
Co-author, "How will cross-border confidentiality issues develop in the years ahead?" FTI Consulting EMEA (August 2019)
Author, "General Court's POLO Decision Highlights Additional Protection That Marks Derive from Being Well Known," World Trademark Review (July 2018)
Co-author, "Getting Territorial : New Guidelines Issued Regarding the Geographical Scope of the GDPR," Brown Rudnick Alert (December 2018)
Co-author, "Data Breaches And Insider Threats: Vicarious Liability For Rogue Employees – The Morrison's Group Litigation," Brown Rudnick Alert (October 2018)
Co-author, "The Microsoft Ireland Case: Current State of Play - a summary of the issues and background," SCL (March 2018)
Speaking Engagements
European Commercial Law Summer School, Contracts: Lessons learnt from recent significant cases (September 2019)
UCL Institute of Brand & Innovation Law, IP Transactions: Law and Practice
European Commercial Law Summer School, Commercial Law and The Anatomy of a Contract (September 2018)
Awards and Honors
Ranked in Chambers & Partners UK for Life Sciences and Information Technology (2019-2021). He is described as "a high-level operator and tremendously impressive in negotiations."
Selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers for Intellectual Property Law (2020-2021)
Recognized by IAM1000 (The World’s Leading Patent Professionals) as a Recognized Lawyer (2019-2020)
Recognized by IP Draughts as a Leading U.K. IP transactional lawyers (2020)
Recognized by The Legal 500 UK as a Recommended Lawyer for Intellectual Property (2019-2020)