The welsh government handed £432,000 to a Cardiff-headquartered law firm. The grant will aid CJCH Solicitors establish a ‘global anti-piracy HQ’ and create ’71 new high skilled jobs’. The firm already has the UK Intellectual Property Office headquartered in Newport. The grant will enhance Wales’ standing as a leading authority in IP as well as the centre of innovation in the business of law and cybersecurity.
Stephen Clarke, senior partner at CJCH, said: ‘The CJCH team are proud to be associated with such a necessary development, and excited to be partnering with the Welsh government.’
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