I graduated from Oxford University before qualifying as a solicitor at Herbert Smith. I went on to work at Richards Butler and then Davenport Lyons, before joining Gordon Dadds in 2014.
I have extensive experience advising on the law of intellectual property, information technology and commercial contracts.
I am the author of Business Licensing Agreements (Longman, 1995), the section on Supply of Goods and Services in Practical Commercial Precedents (Sweet & Maxwell) and several published articles including Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property (EIPR, 1999) and Warranties and Covenants in IP Licences (OUP, 2009).
Davenport Lyons, Partner
Richard Butler, Partner
College of Law
New College, Oxford (Literae Humaniores)
Chambers Global – noted in Chambers Global 2015 for working in a “talented team renowned for its work in relation to soft IP, media and sports law”.