Senior Practice Development Lawyer
Gill is a Senior Associate Practice Development Lawyer in our IP Group, specialising in all aspects of the protection and enforcement of brands and creative rights.
Gill studied law at Oxford University and subsequently gained significant experience of proceedings in the High Court, Court of Appeal and European Court of Justice as a practising IP litigator, with a particular focus on trade marks and other ‘soft’ IP. In her current professional support role, Gill has responsibility for a wide range of practice development activities in the brand protection space. She leads the team's profile raising activities, including authoring thought leadership articles and contributing content and comment for external publications and client bulletins. Gill is responsible for the generation, collection and maintenance of knowhow, keeps the team up to date on important legal developments, and designs and delivers training both internally and to clients. She also leads on a number of knowledge based initiatives with a view to enhancing the quality and efficiency of our brand protection services for our clients.
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Chris specialises in corporate transactions, across a number of sectors, including within the life sciences and technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors.
Consultant (Costs Lawyer)
Keith has practiced for over thirty years as a costs lawyer and consultant and provides specialist law costs advice and advocacy services on costs issues and claims arising in and from commercial disputes and court, arbitration and tribunal proceedings in England and internationally.
Emily specialises in intellectual property disputes and advice, with a particular focus on brand enforcement and the creative rights. She has advised clients on their rights in relation to trade marks, advertising compliance, databases, misuse of confidential information, copyright, designs and patents.
Head of Fintech Propositions
Luke Scanlon advises some of the world's leading technology companies, banks and fintech businesses on a range of fintech and legal technology related issues and had been recognised by Legal500 and ranked as a leading fintech lawyer by Chambers. Luke is the Head of Fintech propositions and a Legal Director for Pinsent Masons.