2012 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting
May 3–4, 2012 • The Ritz-Carlton • Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Partner, Kemp Little; London, United Kingdom
Jeremy Harris advises clients on all aspects of the protection and exploitation of intellectual property and related rights. He has acted for clients in substantial intellectual property disputes, including High Court proceedings involving trade mark infringement, passing off, copyright and database right infringement and breach of confidence. In addition, he acts for clients in technology and software license disputes. Mr. Harris also advises clients on brand and trade mark management, the IP aspects of corporate transactions, the licensing of IP rights, open source software issues and patent infringement/freedom to market opinions.
Before joining Kemp Little in November 2007, Mr. Harris had worked for Berwin Leighton Paisner since 2001. Mr. Harris qualified in 2003 and has a double honors degree in Law and Sociology from Exeter University (1999).