Tom joined Bray & Krais in 2018, working as a part-time paralegal while completing an MA in Law with a research focus on artificial intelligence and copyright. He qualified at the firm in March 2022.

During his training contract, Tom gained extensive litigation and dispute resolution experience working on two high-profile copyright infringement cases. He has attended two high court trials, interlocutory hearings and mediations, working closely with Bray & Krais’ dispute resolution team and Counsel.

Tom combines a background as a musician and in artist management with his wide-ranging legal training to provide first-hand insight and experience when advising clients.



Ed Sheeran wins second Copyright Case over ‘Thinking Out Loud’ dispute less than 2 weeks after first trial win

Yesterday evening, U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton issued a reversal on his own ruling and dismissed a second case brought by Structured Asset Sales, an entity owned by David Pullman, whic...

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Bray & Krais’ client Ed Sheeran wins U.S. “Thinking Out Loud” copyright dispute.

A jury in a New York District Court today found Ed Sheeran not guilty of infringing ‘Let’s Get It On’ written by Ed Townsend and Marvin Gaye, after hearing testimony from both sides ov...

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Faber Music acquires Manners McDade

We are happy to share the news of the successful sale of Manners McDade‘s music composer agency and publishing company to Faber Music. Acting for the sellers, we are proud to have pl...

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