Our specialist fashion lawyers provide our clients, including designers, manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers and distributors, with a wide range of fashion law services.
Collyer Bristow's experienced education team provides advice to educational institutions including independent schools, further education colleges and universities based in the UK and internationally.
Our leading real-estate group deals with all aspects of commercial transactions, real-estate disputes and construction matters (both contentious and non-contentious).
Media and culture
The Collyer Bristow media and culture team has many years of experience and expertise. Our work covers a wide range of activities in music, publishing, artist agency, the arts and management, image rights and defamation and reputation management, advising a diverse client base both in the UK and internationally.
Our financial services group brings together the expertise of lawyers across departments with knowledge and experience of the financial services sector. The group's work ranges from corporate finance to financial services regulation, lending and turnaround and recoveries.
Collyer Bristow's international and cross-border work now represents more than 30 per cent of our business. With an office in Geneva, and Italian, Russian, Scandinavian, Spanish and US desks, we have a broad international client base and many years of experience of offering a comprehensive service to non-UK-based clients.
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The most significant IP/competition law crossover case since our last edition of IP Matters is the EU Court of Justice decision in Huawei v ZTE.
A class action against 12 major banks for antitrust activity in the credit default swaps market presents an opportunity to review where things have got to in the European Commission’s investigation of anticompetitive conduct.