Lale Kemal is a litigation lawyer based in London. She focuses on intellectual property dispute resolution and litigation with a particular focus on trade marks, copyright, passing off, designs, defamation, reputation management and confidential information. She also has experience of advising on IP and IT licences, IT software contracts, disputes concerning defamatory and infringing websites and domain name dispute resolution procedures as well as more general commercial and corporate litigation experience.
Lale studied historical studies at Bristol University and completed a Masters in History of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is also currently completing the Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice at the University of Oxford. Lale qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2012. She trained at the practice and joined the intellectual property litigation team in the same year.
On 3 May 2012, the English Court of Appeal upheld a decision to strike out a claim for infringement of copyright, performance rights and moral rights as an abuse of .
The confectionery trade mark war between Cadbury UK Limited (Cadbury) and Société des Produits Nestlé SA (Nestlé) continues..