Dominic Bray - Head of Dispute Resolution


Dominic is a partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution Group.

Dominic is an experienced and pragmatic lawyer with a focus on dispute resolution in intellectual property, media and entertainment, technology and sport. He represents claimants and defendants in complex contractual and intellectual property cases and advises on regulatory compliance and enforcement in a range of areas including ecommerce, marketing and advertising, broadcasting, and data protection. He also leads the firm’s AI Group.

Drawing on his dispute resolution experience, Dominic regularly advises on commercial negotiation and drafting, contract termination, and on risk assessment and mitigation strategies and clearance issues.

He works across numerous industries including the creative sectors (music, film & television, computer games, publishing, marketing and advertising) entertainment, technology, financial services, and pharmaceuticals He is particularly active in marketing and advertising working with agencies, brand owners, influencers, technology platforms and agency representative bodies including the Alliance of Independent Agencies for whom he oversees the Alliance’s Legal Advisory and Pitch Protection services.

Prior to joining Lee & Thompson in 2016, Dominic was a partner at Forbes Anderson Free, a highly respected boutique practice specialising in litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution for clients in the media and entertainment industries. Before joining Forbes Anderson Free, Dominic was head of  the IP, Media & Technology Group in the London office of international law firm, K&L Gates.

Dominic is an active member of the Society of Computers of Law, and INTA (the International Trade Mark Association).

He is recommended by independent directories Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 where he is noted for his ability to “get to the heart of the problem”, reflecting his focus on providing pragmatic, commercially-focused, risk-sensitive solutions.


Email Dominic
+44 (0)20 3073 7558