Anthony Misquitta is a solicitor with 20 years’ experience advising business of all sizes, cultural institutions, artists and makers on the legal issues relating to art, brands and technology. He currently splits his time between the V&A where he is the General Counsel, Keystone Law and the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London, where he lectures on trade marks, art and copyright. He is also a trustee of the Association for Cultural Enterprises – a charity that promotes commercial best practice in the cultural and heritage sector, and the Sir Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art. Anthony is ranked as a commercial contract and brand management specialist in the Legal 500 directory and as an intellectual property specialist, in the UK’s Chambers & Partners directory. Prior to embarking on his portfolio career Anthony was a partner at Farrer & Co solicitors. Anthony specialises in copyright infringement issues for both claimants and defendants and drafting and negotiating complex IP licences, often involving technology or overseas brand expansion.