Dealmaker: BLP's Rupert Ticehurst on black cab disputes, spiky lawyers and 'exotic' Edam cheese

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) private client litigation head Rupert Ticehurst has been at the firm since 2011 when he joined from Herbert Smith Freehills,…

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) private client litigation head Rupert Ticehurst has been at the firm since 2011 when he joined from Herbert Smith Freehills, and was last year named as one of the Private Client Global Elite 2017.

Last year he advised on a trademark dispute over the shape of London black cabs, securing a Court of Appeal victory for Frazer-Nash and Ecotive, allowing them to begin production of their environmentally-friendly Metrocab after a passing-off challenge by the London Taxi Company.

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