Jeremy Drew

Jeremy Drew

Jeremy Drew is a partner and is the Head of RPC's Commercial Group. He has over 20 years' experience and is one of the market leading experts in his field.
Much of his practice has an international flavour, including worldwide transactions, leading international litigation and complex European arbitrations.

Known for his long standing client relationships and in depth understanding of their businesses, Jeremy is highly commercial and an excellent strategist.

Jeremy is a regular commentator on commercial issues, including speaking at the IBC Cambridge IP and IT Law Summer Schools, LexisNexis webinars and at the BDO Retail FD Forum.  He is the co-author of many articles and publications including Getting the Deal Through - Copyright global guide.  He is often cited in the media including City AM, the Guardian, the Telegraph and the Financial Times. He has in the past lectured on the Queen Mary & Westfield Internet Law LLM course and was a Dissertation examiner.

Jeremy is recommended and praised year on year by leading legal directories across the range of areas in which he practices, including Chambers UK, Legal 500, World Trademark Review, the Client Choice International awards and IP Stars Handbook:
 
“Jeremy Drew is truly a force of nature: very commercially savvy, he is unflappable under pressure and offers the complete service to his clients.” Sports, Legal 500 2019  
 
"RPC is renowned for its brilliant client care coupled with sound legal judgement.” Sports, Legal 500 2019  
 
“RPC’s ‘extremely responsive’ team ‘knows the sports industry inside out’, and provides a ‘very high level of service.” Sports, Legal 500 2017
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