Quentin Tannock has a commercial practice. He acts and advises on a broad spectrum of disputes across a range of industry sectors including construction, commodities, financial services, ICT and insurance. He contributes to Lexis®PSL practice notes on shipping, aviation and other international trade topics. His practice includes advisory work and regular appearances in court for clients ranging in size from the Fortune 100 through to SMEs.
Quentin Tannock’s background is in law and business, including commercial arbitration, venture capital investments and the provision of intellectual property (‘IP’) related strategy and policy advice to multinational corporations and international organisations.
Prior to being called to the Bar in the United Kingdom, Quentin worked for the University of Cambridge (helping the University manage relationships with major corporations), was an executive in a USA based Venture Capital company (making and managing VC investments in Europe and the USA) and ran an IP consultancy in Cambridge, UK. Having obtained a Masters in Law from the University of Cambridge, Quentin was a visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge’s Lauterpacht Centre.
QualificationLLB (Hons)LLM (Cantab)