EasyGroup appoints lawyer to head up EasyGroup IP

27 September 2006
EasyGroup appoints lawyer to head up EasyGroup IP

EasyGroup has appointed a qualified lawyer to oversee its intellectual property.

Anthony Robb-John, who is currently head of commercial and legal at mobile phone content provider Monstermob Group, will become managing director of EasyGroup IP on 1 December.

He has also worked as senior associate at Corbetts law firm and vice-president at Two Way TV.

EasyGroup IP is the company that manages contracts between the EasyGroup businesses and their respective licensees and franchisees.

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By Chris Druce

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