Shireen Peermohamed has experience of both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property. She advises on all aspects of IP including licensing, franchising, brand and other IP management audits.
“Shireen Peermohamed is “strategic-minded” and is well liked by sources for “giving us much more than the arid legal interpretation”.” Chambers UK, 2013
She acts for clients across a wide range of industries, including publishing, telecommunications, fashion, manufacturing and FMCG.
She advises on:
Shireen is also a CEDR accredited mediator and a member of INTA’s Enforcement Committee and INTA’s Panel of Neutrals.
On the contentious side, Shireen has advised on disputes relating to all aspects of IP including:
On the non-contentious side she has advised in relation to a wide array of agreements, including licensing, publishing and brand management agreements.
Shireen writes and speaks regularly on all aspects of IP. Most recently she has spoken and written on the extent of copyright protection, digital piracy and IP and parody.
She was editor and contributor to “Protecting Brands Online” book, published by European Lawyer 2012.
Shireen trained and qualified at Clifford Chance. For 11 years, she was a Partner at IP boutique Rouse (formerly Willoughby & Partners) before joining Harbottle & Lewis
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Shireen is highly recommended in both Chambers and Legal 500.
She is particularly experienced in matters concerning trademarks and passing off, and has key clients in online and traditional publishing.
Shireen Peermohamed is "strategic-minded" and is well liked by sources for "giving us much more than the arid legal interpretation".
Shireen Peermohamed wins acclaim for her “exceptional attention to detail” and a “Gift for getting her points across succinctly.”