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|Education||University of Nottingham (B.A., Philosophy); BPP Law School (LPC); BPP Law School (GDL)|
Chime began her training contract at the firm in August 2012 and is currently in her fourth seat in the Competition / Litigation Department. Her experience to date is listed below.
Intellectual Property with a focus on brands and trade marks
•Assisting with the firm's anti-counterfeiting programme.
•Assisted in trade mark infringement proceedings in the High Court on behalf of a major online retailer.
•Assisting the pro-bono organisation Own-It which provides advice to individuals within the creative industries who would otherwise not have access to legal advice.
•Assisting in the defence of one of the four defendants in a high-profile claim arising from the sale of Formula One.
•Assisting with civil proceedings on behalf of the government of a UK territory in the Caribbean.
•Assisting with an arbitration in respect of third party rights in Iraqi oil fields.
•Chime was seconded to a major online retailer for six months in September 2013 where she sat within the UK retail legal team.
•Chime assisted on a number of projects; advising the business on new ventures, negotiating and drafting a variety of commercial agreements, advising on marketing and promotional issues and a variety of other issues in connection with the online sale of consumer goods.
Before Edwards Wildman
Chime graduated from the University of Nottingham with a BA in Philosophy. Chime then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at BBP Law School, Waterloo before taking the Legal Practice Course at BBP Law School, Holborn.
Besides Edwards Wildman
Chime enjoys reading, in particular contemporary fiction and the Booker shortlist. She also enjoys adrenaline in the form of bungee jumping and skydiving. (Trainee)
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
English Court Applies UK Competition Law to Override Land Use Restriction
Chimé Dorjee,Becket McGrath, June 11, 2014
Although competition law claims before the English courts are becoming more common, ‘follow-on’ damages actions (i.e. claims for compensation for loss suffered as a result of an infringement that a public authority has determined took place) have been responsible for most of the recent...
Revised European Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation Enters Into Force
Chimé Dorjee,Becket McGrath,Trupti Reddy, May 6, 2014
The revised European Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation (TTBE) and related guidelines (Guidelines) enter into force today, 1 May. As with its predecessor regulations, the new TTBE provides a safe harbour to protect technology transfer agreements (defined as agreements to license...
International Enforcement of English Asset Recovery Judgments
Charlotte Bunn,Chimé Dorjee,James Maton, October 14, 2013
Civil proceedings brought by the state or a state entity are one mechanism to recover the proceeds of corruption, or to claim compensation for corrupt acts. Substantial corruption cases typically are international in scope. The proceeds of a corrupt transaction are often laundered through and to...