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Stephanie Wickenden

T: +44 20 7809 2178 M: +44 7885 207 434 Email Stephanie | Vcard Office: London

Stephanie Wickenden Associate

Contact details

Stephanie Wickenden

T: +44 20 7809 2178 M: +44 7885 207 434 Email Stephanie | Vcard Office: London

Stephanie qualified as a barrister with a leading intellectual property chambers before joining Stephenson Harwood.
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She has a contentious and non-contentious practice covering all IP rights, including licencing and contractual disputes pertaining to IP and IT.

Stephanie has worked on a number of recent high profile cases including Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC v WPMC Ltd [ [2015] EWHC 1853 (Ch),  Magmatic Ltd v PMS International Group Plc (2015, Supreme Court) and Motivate Publishing FZ LLC v Hello Ltd [ [2015] EWHC 1554 (Ch) ]. 

She has a particular interest in the creative industries and is a guest lecturer in art law at the Courtauld Institute of Art.
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Stephanie has experience in IP disputes in High Court, IPEC and Court of Appeal, as well as at the UK IPO and OHIM.

She has worked on a number of recent high profile cases including:

Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC v WPMC Ltd [2015] EWHC 1853 (Ch)

Junior counsel for the defendant documentary film makers.

Magmatic Ltd v PMS International Group Plc (2015, Supreme Court)

Assisted on the Supreme Court appeal and related OHIM matters for the claimant makers of Trunki suitcases.

Motivate Publishing FZ LLC v Hello Ltd [2015] EWHC 1554 (Ch)

Acted as junior (whilst a pupil) for Motivate Publishing in this dispute relating to the licensing of Hello Magazine.

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Advising artists

Advising contemporary artists in relation to the loan of art works and licensing of digital art to a major London gallery.

Advising art market professionals

Advising on the terms of a sales agreement for a high value art work.

Courtauld Institute of Art – guest lecturer

Stephanie is also guest lecturer in art law at the Courtauld Institute of Art.

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