Mark Engelman heads the IP team of barristers at Hardwicke, Lincoln’s Inn. As ex-director of the likes of Alexander McQueen’s Autumn Paper he has built up substantial experience in the corporate world. He sits on the Development Council of The Globe Theatre and is a bencher of Gray’s Inn. He developed his skills at the likes of Clifford Chance, Dunlop Slazenger and The Body Shop. He is standing counsel a number of clients including Oxford Brookes University and Monsoon. His work includes all aspects of trial and appellate IP litigation all the way to European Court of Justice. Having prosecuted JK Rowling for copyright infringement last year in relation to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, he currently acts for Apple Inc and others in IP, media and defamation cases.