Also specialising in commercial, technology and data protection law, Rebecca is regularly praised by clients for her proactive expertise and ability to set out a clear strategy. Rebecca was seconded to work for the international disaster relief charity ShelterBox and always aligns her expertise with our clients’ specific goals and challenges.
Rebecca qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and has also been recognised by the Legal 500 as a rising star.
Murrell Associates, the corporate and commercial law firm is celebrating their strongest performance of their 15-year history in the latest edition of legal directory the Legal 500. Six of Murrells’ lawyers were ranked individually with Rebecca Anforth hitting the top spot, ranking as a Leading Individual for intellectual property advisors across the South West. […]
Floating offshore wind turbines are located in areas where there is deeper water and higher winds than fixed wind turbine structures, enabling them to generate higher levels of power.
Henry Maples from our Corporate team advised Cornish Fixings on their acquisition by the Independent Builders Merchant Group.
Changes to UK data protection laws have been speculated for some time following Brexit, so it was not surprising when it was confirmed in the Queen’s Speech that the UK government intends to introduce a Data Reform Bill (the “Bill”).
Brand owners are becoming more proactive in protecting their brands in the ever changing landscape of consumers, particularly in response to the Metaverse and NFTs (non-fungible tokens).
Since the UK’s departure from the EU, the Madrid Protocol has become a popular method of filing trade mark applications in foreign jurisdictions.
Businesses need to be aware of the new enhanced rights granted to individuals (data subjects) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as the date the new regulations are implemented (25 May 2018) fast approaches.
The case of PMS International Ltd v Magmatic Ltd  UKSC 12 has acted as a warning for those seeking to protect their registered designs after the Supreme Court found that the Kiddee Case does not infringe the Trunki Community Registered Design.
A recent case in the Technology and Construction Court illustrates the importance of precise drafting when providing for caps on liability under contracts.
“Knowing that the legal side of our investment deal was taken care of has been a huge weight off our minds. We felt reassured by the level of detail Murrell Associates covered and we’re very grateful to have had them supporting us.”
“During our first international brand collaboration with H&M, Rebecca was with us every step of the way. We couldn’t compliment her enough for her fantastic support throughout the process. We were dealing with both UK and Swedish law and Rebecca and her team made it as stress free as possible. We’ll definitely work with Murrell Associates again.”