Morgan graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from SOAS, University of London in 2015, and with a Master of Laws (Intellectual Property and Information Law) from King's College London in 2017. He brings to the table specialist knowledge in copyright law. He currently practises both civil and criminal litigation.
Acted for an individual in applying for and receiving a statutory injunction against a company preventing changes to the company’s registers and dissipation of the company’s assets where he had been wrongfully removed as a director.
Acted for two defendants in obtaining an order for security for costs from a plaintiff which failed to prosecute the action diligently, eventually obtaining an order that the action be struck out should security for costs not be furnished.
Advised on trade mark infringement and passing off, resulting in a favourable settlement for the client.
Defended an individual who faced charges of harassment on behalf of an unlicensed moneylender.
Defended a minor facing theft-in-dwelling charges.
Acted on several loan transactions.
Reviewed patent and software copyright licences, identified and highlighted significant issues such as impossibility of performance.