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Clive Halperin

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GSC Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Company commercial, technology and intellectual property.


Partner specialising in commercial and corporate law, including corporate finance, acquisitions, disposals, MBOs, joint ventures, media, intellectual property and technology law. 

He also advises on franchises and all forms of commercial, technology and e-commerce agreements with a particular expertise in the media and sport sectors. His area also covers structuring, ownership, licensing and management of Intellectual Property rights and trade marks to enable owners to exploit their commercial value as well as the IP elements of licences, assignments, sale and purchase agreements. Clive also acts for large franchisees of multinational brands and for master franchisees including negotiating bespoke master franchise agreements.


Trained Wallace LLP; qualified 1994; partner GSC Solicitors LLP 1999.


Law Society; International Association of Entertainment Lawyers; Society for Computers and Law; Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.


City of London School; King’s College, London (1989 BPharm Hons); College of Law.


Football, golf, cinema.

London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Media and entertainment (including media finance)

Within: Media and entertainment (including media finance)

GSC Solicitors LLP’s media and entertainment practice regularly acts for longstanding client PPL of the on a number of enforcement rights issues, and also acts for PRS for Music on enforcement matters. It also acts for start-up and medium sized companies on a range of media and IP mandates such as registrations, licensing issues and disputes. Head of IP litigation Justin Goldspink acts on a range of IP matters, and is particularly experienced in mandates relating to music, copyright and branding. Adam Dickman specialises in IP litigation and Clive Halperin is also noted.

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