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Associate and Solicitor

Dan Griffin

“I enjoy providing a service that is focused on my clients’ commercial objectives, delivered in a friendly, approachable way.”

Dan's areas of special interests are:

  • Identifying and protecting intellectual property, including registering trade marks and designs.
  • Acting on behalf of clients bringing or defending claims relating to breach of commercial contracts and infringement of intellectual property rights.
  • Drafting and negotiating commercial contracts which include IT and intellectual property considerations.

Dan’s other main areas of interest are disputes concerning banking and finance. He acts on behalf of businesses in disputes concerning complex financial products including:

  • Loan agreements
  • Derivatives (including interest rate hedging)
  • Credit broking
  • Foreign exchange transactions.

With his litigator’s experience of finance matters he is also well placed to advise on the negotiation of loan agreements and associated documents during acquisitions or refinance.

Dan qualified as a solicitor in 2015.

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American Express fined by the ICO for marketing emails sent without valid consent

Posted on 21st May 2021 in Intellectual Property

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has fined American Express £90,000 for sending over 4 million unsolicited marketing emails between 1 June 2018 and 21 May 2019 to existing customers without consent.

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Dan Griffin

Associate and Solicitor
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Homeworking and the importance of cybersecurity

Posted on 25th March 2021 in Intellectual Property, Coronavirus Pandemic

Having staff working remotely has presented significant challenges for many businesses, but one of the most difficult to address is the increased cybersecurity risk. As many companies did not have sufficient opportunity to prepare for the transition to homeworking, they may not have identified potential cybersecurity issues. Moreover, it is now much harder to monitor staff and ensure they are following safe practices.

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Dan Griffin

Associate and Solicitor