Dr Matthew Lavy > 4 Pump Court (Chambers of Nick Vineall QC and Sean Brannigan QC) > London, England > Lawyer Profile

4 Pump Court (Chambers of Nick Vineall QC and Sean Brannigan QC)
4 Pump Court
TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 7AN
England

Position

A commercial practice with a particular specialism in technology, telecoms, IP licensing and aviation disputes. Co-editor of The Law of Artificial Intelligence, Sweet & Maxwell, 2020.

Career

Called 2004, Lincoln’s Inn.

Memberships

COMBAR; TECBAR; SCL (IT); BCS.

Education

Cambridge University (1997 MPhil; 2000 MA; 2001 PhD); BPP Law School (2003 PgDL; 2004 BVC).

Leisure

Aviation.

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > IT and telecoms

(IT and telecoms (excluding regulatory) - Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1

Matthew Lavy4 Pump CourtHe is very intelligent, hardworking and a pleasure to work with. Matthew is very knowledgeable about IT, engaged and interested in the law and subject matter. His particular strength is that he handles software copyright as well as projects work. He is very good with clients and is reliable and fun to work with. He is a great addition to our team and we look for opportunities to involve him.

4 Pump Court attracts praise as ‘one of the strongest sets for IT disputes in the UK‘ fielding ‘stand-out barristers who are genuine specialists in the arena‘ and act in commercial, technical and IP-related cases. Noteworthy silk Alex Charlton QC is acting for the claimant in CIS General Insurance Ltd v IBM UK Ltd, a case arising from IBM’s termination of a contract for the supply, installation and maintenance of a new insurance system; Nigel Tozzi QC and Matthew Lavy are representing the defendant. Terence Bergin QC is also singled out by clients as ‘one of the top names in tech disputes‘.