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DLA Piper Middle East LLP

LEVEL 9, STANDARD CHARTERED TOWER, DOWNTOWN, PO BOX 121662, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
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Jamie Ryder

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DLA Piper LLP (US)

Work Department

Intellectual Property & Technology

Position

Jamie is a senior lawyer in DLA Piper’s IPT Group based in Dubai and has extensive experience across TMT commercial matters with an emphasis in the media, sport and entertainment sectors. Jamie is highly regarded for his experience in media and entertainment, with a particular focus on the sports industry, and combines his considerable legal experience and insight with a pragmatic commercial approach which is valued by clients. Since moving to Dubai in 2008, Jamie has represented a number of the region's broadcasters and media organisations, as well as major Hollywood Studios producing motion pictures in the Middle East. Jamie also advises on various high value sports sponsorship engagements, and media convergence and technology matters.

Education

‚ÄĘ Liverpool University, Law and International Business LL.M ‚ÄĘ Liverpool John Moores University, LLB (Hons) 2:1 ‚ÄĘ Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales


United Arab Emirates

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

A ‚Äėgo-to firm for trade mark enforcement‚Äô, DLA Piper Middle East LLP‚Äôs practice is also active in copyright, franchising and licensing matters for clients such as¬†Adobe,¬†Duracell and¬†Paramount Pictures. Paul Allen‚Äôs team also includes newly promoted partner Jamie Ryder.

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Within: Next Generation Partners

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