New anti-piracy HQ for CJCH Solicitors to create 70+ jobs

Law firm CJCH Solicitors expects to create 71 highly skilled jobs through the opening of its anti-piracy HQ.

The BBC reports the law firm, which specialises in intellectual property crime, has received £432k from the Welsh government to help set up the new Cardiff-based operation.

CJCH said the new jobs would be in place by 2020, with economy secretary Ken Skates claiming the investment would create “highly-paid, skilled jobs” offering “significant employment opportunities” for law graduates, as well as cyber security and forensic IT graduates.

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