Our ‘aha’ moment! the need for a modern, data driven, cloud platform for IP
LawPanel goes live! We demo at INTA and get a great reception
Kemp Little is the first major law firm to use LawPanel
MDRLab demo day! New users, & press coverage
Start work with leading global law firms in Eagle Lab
We reach 180 registries for trademark data
Before starting LawPanel Mark founded Trade Mark Direct, a leader in the UK IP sector with its use of technology and service innovation. He’s an active angel investor, and was commercial director of a world leader in nano-scale imaging technology. Mark’s also advised Governments in Africa on economic and public sector reform with Adam Smith International, and been a consultant to several large insurers on economic and political risk.
A coding wunderkind, Thomas was working internationally as a developer whilst still in his teens. Turning down offers from Google and Microsoft, he left Norway to pursue a career that took him all over the world, before co-founding development company Blackfish. Thomas was an early evangelist for cloud and API technologies, with Microsoft sponsoring and show casing the move of Trade Mark Direct to Azure in 2012.
Omar joined LawPanel in 2017 as an intern after an MSc in eBusiness at Oxford Brookes having won their Gaza Scholarship. With a CompEng BSc and a wide range of skills, he set up charitable projects with the US Consulate in Jerusalem. Omar also worked with ExaServe, the largest web host service in the ME.
Fluent in Arabic, French, English, and Spanish, Nadine is our social media and digital marketing guru. Nadine has a BSc in Economics and an MSc in Business Analysis & Management. Before she joined the team at LawPanel, she worked at an agency affiliate of the Publicis Group.
An experienced graphic designer and developer, Tim has worked both in the corporate sector and arts world, with clients including artists and cultural institutions. By combining his coding skills and fine arts background, Tim makes sure LawPanel is easy to use and beautiful to look at.