Best known for his music practice, Simon’s recent cases include acting for a legendary industry entrepreneur who was sued for around $40m by a former artist. In addition to his media expertise, Simon also has vast experience across a range of sectors and disciplines including intellectual property, defamation, fraud, corporate, partnership, professional negligence and high value divorce.
Simon’s arrival at the firm,
CEO of Keystone Law James Knight said:
“Simon’s litigation experience, particularly within the music industry is second to none. He is well regarded by both clients and peers in the field and we are delighted that he has made the decision to join Keystone, adding a different dynamic to our extensive disputes team.”
“Keystone is the perfect platform for me and my clients. I am very excited to be joining such an innovative firm which continues to be ahead of the curve in its field.“