EIP hires former AWA chief exec


EIP hires former AWA chief exec

EIP has hired Magnus Hallin as its chief executive.

Hallin previously spent 22 years at European IP firm AWA, including ten years practising IP law and litigation, before moving into management.

He was AWA’s CEO for over 12 years and oversaw the firm’s expansion, including opening new offices across Europe, and in China and Hong Kong.

EIP’s founding partner, Jerome Spaargaren said: “We are delighted that Magnus is joining EIP.  He is a highly-experienced CEO, well known in the IP world.

“We are particularly pleased to have him in place for our next phase of growth, given his experience of growing AWA on the international stage.”

Hallin said he was drawn to the firm’s “culture and the quality of its people”.

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