Jeremy is a highly experienced commercial lawyer recognised by the legal directories as a leading individual specialising in commercial agreements and related competition and regulatory matters. He advises on a range of commercial and trading issues, including agency, distribution, supply, sale purchase, joint venture and franchise agreements as well as all aspects of the commercial exploitation of intellectual property rights, such as licensing and R&D agreements.
With a focus on both national and international work, Jeremy is involved in a range of industries including consumer goods, food and beverages, manufacturing, technology, e-commerce, healthcare, retail, and hotels and leisure.
Jeremy is a regular speaker at international conferences on commercial and intellectual property law. He is a member of the editorial board of LexisNexis (Reed Elsevier) and is their general editor on agency. He also sits on the faculty of the Practising Law Institute in New York.
Listed as a leading individual in Legal 500
Described by the Legal 500 as someone of whom “clients cannot speak highly enough” and who “always wins the points that need winning”
Identified by the Legal 500 as a top-tier, leading lawyer and recognised for his “huge brain”, his “superb legal analysis of issues” and his “practical and robust solutions”
Listed as a leading lawyer by European Counsel and Global Counsel
Named as an expert in intellectual property and commercial law by Legal Business
Listed as an expert in both intellectual property and life sciences by PLC Which Lawyer
|2017||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|1993-2016||King & Wood Mallesons | Partner, and (from 2005) Head of Commerce and Technology Group and (from 2013) Retail and Consumer Industry Group|
|1988-1993||Clifford Chance | Associate|
|1984-1988||Simmons & Simmons | Trainee, then Junior Associate|