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Henderson Chambers is an established name for IT litigation. Its members are well versed in disputes concerning software defects, often arising in business-critical projects. Chambers' tenants can boast additional expertise which allows them to take on novel mandates in such varied fields as cybercrime, the regulation of cryptocurrency, and autonomous vehicles.
"Very professional, and always very friendly and helpful." Jason Housden is the chambers director.
Peter Susman QC
Esteemed silk with a particular specialisation in disputes arising from alleged software defects. He is highly regarded for his work for developers and customers. He is also an experienced adviser on software licensing matters.
"One of the most experienced people at the Bar." "A very sharp mind."
Recent work: Acted for Datateam Business Media in a contractual dispute with Your Response. The case concerned the entitlement of the latter entity to exercise possessory lien over electronic records maintained in a database which it managed for Datateam.
Richard Mawrey QC
An established figure at the Technology Bar who has vast experience of handling a range of IT matters, including disputes concerning faulty software and the alleged failure of major IT projects. He is also noted for his expertise in the area of public procurement in the IT sector and is frequently involved in major arbitrations.
"If I have a really knotty point, he's the first person I would ask."