Intellectual Property


Mark Lubbock is a partner in Brown Rudnick’s Intellectual Property group in the London office.

Mark specialises in commercial technology 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 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 an IP partner in the Digital Economy group at Ashurst.


University of Cambridge, 1980

Bar Admissions

England & Wales
Co-author "The Microsoft Ireland Case: Current State of Play - a summary of the issues and background", SCL March 2018
Awards and Honors
Recognised by Chambers & Partners for Life Sciences, Information Technology, and Intellectual Property. He is described as a "class act," according to sources, and is known for his deep sector knowledge and his work on public securities offerings, M&A deals and license agreements also advises on data protection issues, 2018
Recognised by Legal 500 as one of the preeminent TMT lawyers in the United Kingdom, 2017
IAM 1000 - The World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2018