Rebecca works with a diverse selection of clients, including individuals, small businesses and larger international companies. This means she provides a range of commercial and legal advice including developing strategies for big and small IP portfolios. Rebecca adapts well to her client's needs and enjoys helping her clients understand what, if any, IP they have, and how best to protect it.
Rebecca also has experience in advising on and filing registered designs. Her design practice has expanded over the last couple of years and she now manages a number of world-wide design portfolios.
Rebecca is friendly and often described as "chatty", which she believes to be a good thing, and serves her well when building relationships with new and existing clients.
Law (Exempting) Degree at Northumbria University included LPC
Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice at QMUL
Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice at Nottingham Law School
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WIPR Insights are hosting a webinar on 17th November, where HGF’s Partner Rigel Moss McGrath and Trade Mark Attorney Rachel Platts will discuss Brands with social purpose. About the webinar …Event details
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