Peter Craddock is a 26-year-old British citizen, and lives in Brussels.
He has started his career as a lawyer at Loyens & Loeff, in the "Commercial/IP/IT" department. He specialises in commercial law, and in marketing law, intellectual property law and (industrial and information) technology law in particular. Peter is a leading member of a team geared towards the technology industries and more specifically industrial technology and information technology.
Together with Sandrine Kinart, he is the author of the website Cat Hat / Janssens-Quidam, a practical guide on how to build and defend a company’s e-reputation.
You can see his Curriculum Vitae here, and read his Master Thesis for UCLouvain, entitled "Use of Comparative Law in European Law", or read his dissertation for King's College London, entitled "Legal Implications of Internet Filtering".