Lindsey Rigg

Paralegal, AA Thornton
Lindsey Rigg is a Paralegal with extensive experience in supporting all aspects of intellectual property litigation and transactions. She has spent many years working across a full range of intellectual property rights, including patent, trade mark, copyright and design disputes. She has experience of proceedings in the IPO, High Court, the Court of Appeal and the CJEU, together with multijurisdictional litigation and coordination.

Lindsey has acted for a variety of clients, from individuals and SMEs to leading global companies. She has worked on complex and technical patent matters, involving telecommunications technology and quantum computing as well as coordinating trade mark litigation strategies against online infringement. Lindsey has worked closely with IP solicitors, barristers, and patent and trade mark attorneys to acquire a comprehensive understanding of all perspectives of intellectual property strategy and disputes.
Contributed to

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The Digital Single Market Copyright Directive—Directive (EU) 2019/790
Practice notes

This Practice Note summarises and explains the background to and individual articles of the Digital Single Market Copyright Directive, Directive (EU) 2019/790 (DSM Copyright Directive), covering the controversy around the wording of the provisions of the DSM Copyright Directive including Article 15 on rights in press publications and Article 17 on use of protected content by online content sharing service providers. The Practice Note also covers implementation in the UK and in Member States and potential future divergence between the UK and EU on key provisions.

Practice areas

Qualifications

  • LPC (2010)
  • Law LLB (Hons) (2007)

Panel

  • Contributing Author

Education

  • The College of Law (2010)
  • University of Kent (2007)

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