Mark Culbert > iLaw > London, England > Lawyer Profile
3-7 Temple Avenue
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Technology and media litigation, trade marks, copyright, contract and other business disputes.
Mark is a co-founder of iLaw Solicitors, a founder of the IT Disputes Group of the Society for Computers and Law and a co-founder of the International Commercial Law Alliance.
He is also a non-executive director of London Stock Exchange AIM listed Alien Metals Ltd.
Co-founder and Director of iLaw – 2006
Osborne Clarke – 2000 to 2006
DMH Stallard – 1993 to 2000
Society of Computers and Law, Associate Member of the Australian Risk Policy Institute, Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys.
ADR Accredited Mediator
The College of Law (York) Law Society Finals
Nottingham Law School LLB and Diploma in Advanced Litigation
Playing member of Knepp Castle and All England Polo Clubs
‘More interested in solutions than simply running the clock‘, iLaw is traditionally known for its IT and IP credentials, but the boutique law firm additionally specialises in high-stakes, cross-border commercial litigation that frequently comprises fraud and asset recovery work. Department head Mark Culbert is ‘a very sensible, commercially-minded litigator‘; .Tom Clark is an expert in asset recovery, insolvency litigation and fraud matters; and Jenny Lau focuses on a mixture of High Court litigation and early-stage investigations for potential arbitration proceedings.