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I am a second year trainee currently sitting in the Media, Brands and Technology team. Prior to Lewis Silkin I worked as a music publisher specialising in the licensing of music for computer games. My previous seats have included Corporate, Media, Brands and Technology (acting on a number of defamation and privacy matters), Employment, Reward and Immigration (acting for employers on a range of matters from employment tribunal claims to international projects), Real Estate and Development (covering lease provisions and negotiating Highway agreements) and Corporate (assisting with sales, acquisitions and mergers of various types of businesses).
When I’m not at work I can most commonly be found training dogs, sampling restaurants or dancing round my kitchen.
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I am a second year trainee currently sitting in the Media, Brands and Technology team assisting fee earners with a variety of matters and projects.
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Agreeing to agree: not always a cop out
In the recent case of MRI Trading AG v Erdenet Mining Corp LLC  EWCA Civ 156 , the Court of Appeal held that an agreement to agree was enforceable when the terms of the contract were sufficiently certain, part of the contract had been performed and there were clear intentions to create a binding contract.
You spin me right round : Lewis Silkin trainees cycle for charity
Lewis Silkin's 30 hour spinathon, which raised £7,610.63 for Helen and Douglas House, is discussed by trainee Louise Sergeant in an article by LawCareers.net.