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Brinsley Dresden

Partner, Head of Advertising & Marketing Law at Lewis Silkin

London, United Kingdom

About Me

I advise many of the world’s leading brands and advertising agencies on a wide range of issues covering all aspects of advertising law and regulation. This includes regulatory issues with the Advertising Standards Authority, Clearcast, Ofcom and other regulators; drafting and negotiating client/ agency agreements and celebrity talent contracts; content advice for advertising and sales promotion campaigns in the UK and abroad; and dispute resolution, such as third party claims of IP infringement in advertising campaigns.

I'm the Partner that leads the Advertising & Marketing Law Sector Focus Group at Lewis Silkin, as well as the sole UK member of the Global Advertising Lawyers’ Alliance. 

Brinsley Dresden's Passles

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Are the ASA's prioritisation principles wearing thin?

When I read that the advertising of yet another fashion brand had been banned for using unhealthily thin models, my initial thought was "

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How should agencies respond to #metoo complaints?

Sad to say, but in recent months, our employment team has been called upon to assist a number of clients investigating allegations of...

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Who says crime doesn't pay?

The National Trading Standards eCrime Team have proudly announced that as a result of two trials in July 2017 and March 2018, a group of...

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