Jeremy Morton

Profession

Partner, Temple Bright LLP

Biography

Jeremy Morton handles all kinds of intellectual property litigation and strategic advice, including in relation to patents, brands, copyright and designs, trade secrets and data.  He also advises on data privacy laws.  He is experienced in crafting international offensive and defensive IP strategies, and providing freedom to operate and validity advice.

“Clients appreciate his ‘incisive mind,’ his calm under pressure and his straightforward manner.”
Chambers UK, 2015

He typically acts for clients in a wide variety of sectors, with an emphasis on technology, for example in mechanical and electrical engineering, telecoms, software, internet services, consumer electronics, toys, financial services and tobacco, as well as in the fields of entertainment and the arts.

He is the principal European author of the chapter on ‘Standard Setting, Competition Law and FRAND Licensing in Europe and the United States’ in the book Intellectual Property in Electronics and Software published by Globe Law & Business in 2013.
 
Jeremy has 25 years’ experience as a lawyer.  He trained with Simmons & Simmons, where he spent 19 years, ten of which as a partner, and joined Harbottle & Lewis in 2014. 
Jeremy is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, and a member of the European Patent Lawyers’ Association.  He is also a member of the board of ITechLaw Association and chairs its Substantive Law Committee. 

Lexis®PSL Intellectual Property/Information Technology

About Lexis®PSL

Areas of Practice

IP & IT

Education

Bristol University, Diploma In Intellectual Property Law & Practice
Southampton University, LLB