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8 New Square Intellectual Property

LINCOLN'S INN, LONDON, WC2A 3QP, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7405 4321
Fax:
Fax 020 7405 9955
DX:
379 LONDON CHANCERY LANE
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www.8newsquare.co.uk

Lindsay Lane QC

Tel:
Work 020 7405 4321
Email:
8 New Square (8 New Square Intellectual Property)

Position

Barrister specialising in all areas of IP and media and entertainment. Recent patent cases include: Accord v Medac (formulation of methotrexate); Glass v Freyssinet (concrete reinforcement); Mylan v Gedeon Richter (emergency contraception) and Schutz v Werit (which went to the Supreme Court on the issue of repair). Lindsay has also acted in a number of SPC cases. Recent copyright/database right cases include: Football Dataco v Stan James and Football Dataco v Sportradar (concerning rights in football data, both referred to the CJEU) and BBC v Eos (in the Copyright Tribunal). Recent breach of confidence cases include: Wade v BSkyB (television format); Force India v 1 Malaysia Racing Team (trial and appeal on liability and quantum relating to F1 cars). Recent trade mark/passing off cases include: A&E Television Networks v Discovery Communications (TV channel names); 32Red v WHG (inquiry as to damages). Lindsay also appeared in the litigation concerning standardised pacakaging for tobacco. For a comprehensive CV visit www.8newsquare.co.uk

Career

Called 1996, Middle Temple; publications include: ‘The Modern Law of Copyright and Designs’ (2011).

Languages

Italian, French.

Member

Chancery Bar Association, IPBA.

Education

Newnham College, Cambridge (1994 BA Hons Natural Sciences and Law); European University Institute, Florence (1995 MA Comparative, European and International Law); Inns of Court School of Law (1996 BVC).

Leisure

Cooking, travel.


London Bar

Intellectual property

Within: 2019 Silks

Lindsay Lane QC - 8 New SquareShe provides strategic advice to meet clients' commercial goals.

Within: Intellectual property

8 New Square is ‘one of the strongest IP sets in terms of depth of talent’, with barristers that are ‘very strong on all aspects of IP law, from the most junior to QC level’. The set is particularly known for complex patent litigation; Adrian Speck QC and Isabel Jamal are instructed by Unwired Planet while Andrew Lykiardopoulos QC is representing Huawei in high-profile litigation relating to FRAND terms for a global standard essential patent license that is set to be appealed to the Supreme Court next year. In recent Supreme Court cases, Speck QC acted for Actavis, Mylan and Teva, alongside new silk Mark Chacksfield QC in patent litigation against Eli Lilly, while Lindsay Lane QC, who also took silk this year, and Jaani Riordan represented British Telecommunications plc and EE against Cartier International AG in a dispute relating the conditions of an order requiring internet service providers to block or attempt to block access to websites infringing registered trademarks.

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Media and entertainment (including art and cultural property)

Within: Media and entertainment - 2019 Silks

Lindsay Lane QC - 8 New SquareShe is personable, approachable and provides strategic advice.

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