Camille acts primarily on intellectual property disputes with experience of the litigation process from pre-action through to trial. Her experience ranges from High Court actions to LCIA arbitrations and Crown Court proceedings. Camille also acts on non-contentious intellectual property matters.

Camille has experience of disputes concerning trade marks, passing off, copyright and confidential information and trade secrets as well as general commercial litigation and has a keen interest in Brands and Technology. She has acted for clients in a variety of sectors including Fashion, Travel, Technology, Creative Industries, Retail and Real Estate.

Camille’s experience includes:

  • acting on a number of high court litigation matters for a well-known brand concerning trade mark infringement and passing off;
  • acting for one of the defendants in a private criminal prosecution for fraud, conspiracy to fraud and trade mark infringement;
  • advising on copyright infringement of an author’s work by the creators of a television series;
  • acting on a complex arbitration concerning a shareholder dispute and breach of restrictive covenants;
  • running the defence and negotiating settlement of numerous small claims actions for a technology client.

Camille holds Higher Rights of Audience (Civil) and is a member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and ChIPs, a non-profit organisation promoting women in technology and law.

Camille qualified in 2019 having trained at Stevens and Bolton LLP, gaining significant commercial litigation and arbitration experience and previously worked as a litigation paralegal in a city firm.


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