The Times’ “Best Law Firms 2024”

We are delighted to share that Bray & Krais have been named in The Times’ “Best Law Firms 2024”, being commended in both the Entertainment and Sports sectors.

The article highlights the Firm’s success in Ed Sheeran’s copyright dispute case over ‘Thinking Out Loud’, work carried out on the Rolling Stones’ latest album ‘Hackney Diamonds’, as well as contractual work for Chelsea FC forward, Lauren James.

Based on recommendations from industry peers, The Times article lists 250 of the most highly regarded legal practices throughout the UK and Bray & Krais has been listed as one of the top 3 firms in the UK in the Entertainment and Sports category.



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