Anthony is an established commercial, intellectual property and technology lawyer, specialising in both contract negotiation and litigation for businesses involved in art, brands and technology. He advises SMEs and institutional clients across sectors that include software and technology, artists and designers, museums and cultural institutions, tech start-ups, media, schools, restaurants and fashion.
Outside of Keystone Anthony acts as GC at the V&A. He also lectures on IP and related subjects for Queen Mary College’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS), the Institute of Art & Law and the London School of Economics. He is a trustee of both the Association for Cultural Enterprises and the Sir Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art.
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Anthony Misquitta of Keystone Law is a highly regarded copyright and trade mark law expert. Clients say: "He is pragmatic, easy to work with and incredibly knowledgeable."
Chambers UK 2018
Anthony Misquitta is recognised by the Legal 500 2017 for Commercial Contracts and Brand Management.
The "very creative" Anthony Misquitta of Keystone Law is celebrated for his expertise in copyright and trade mark law. He advises on licensing and is also a seasoned litigator.
Chambers UK 2017
Keystone Law made several hires in 2015, including Anthony Misquitta, formerly of Farrer & Co
Legal 500 2016
He is also ranked in band three, as an intellectual property specialist, in the UK's Chambers & Partners directory.
Anthony’s "knowledge of the law and his tactical path were excellent."
Chambers UK 2016
|2015||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|1997-2015||Farrer & Co | Trainee Solicitor, Solicitor then Partner|
|1999||Qualified as a Solicitor|