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I am a partner in the Intellectual Property team and Head of Data Disputes in Fieldfisher's London office.
I advise clients around the world on IP, technology, cybersecurity and privacy, specialising in resolving disputes.
I have well over a decade's experience in data protection and privacy, primarily cybersecurity, data breach response and data protection litigation (including controller v processor and controller v data subject). I also spent a number of years as an in-house IP and data protection counsel at a multinational telco.
My IP practice includes copyright, database rights, confidential information, trade secrets, designs and trade marks.
I have particular experience in resolving tech issues, including project disputes.
In franchising my successful reported cases include ChipsAway v Kerr (Court of Appeal) and Carewatch v Focus (High Court) and have wider  litigation experience up to the Supreme Court.
I also have an excellent track record of resolving complex disputes without involving the courts, for example in mediation.
I feature in IP Stars 2018, singling out my "innovative and practical" advice, and Legal 500 UK 2018, which describes me as "absolutely outstanding".
I teach IP (particularly copyright) to students in the University of Cambridge Institute of Biotechnology and delegates on the Music Publishers Association's induction course, among others.
My professional memberships include the American Intellectual Property Law Association, AIPPI UK, INTA, and the Society for Computers and Law. I chair AIPLA's International Copyright Issues subcommittee.
In 2009, I co-founded IPSoc (the society for junior IP practitioners). I was twice elected Chairman, and remained an active committee member for six years.

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