In addition to the more mainstream intellectual property work, members of chambers advise and litigate in the areas of malicious falsehood, plant breeders rights, performing rights, moral rights, franchising, semi-conductor topography rights, computer contracts, media and entertainment law, information technology, scientifically complex litigation and interrelated areas of European and UK competition and trade practices law.
Members of chambers also advise and represent client in other areas of litigation which involve technically complex subject matter.
Examples of such cases include:
• Cantor Gaming v Gamecount Global  FSR 4 (computer contract)
• Boehringer Ingleheim v Vetplus  FSR 28 & 29 (freedom of expression)
• Helmet Integrated Systems v Tunnard  FSR 437 (breach of fiduciary duty)