Freeths Oxford expands commercial team

Freeths has recruited a commercial contracts specialist in its Oxford offices on Cowley Business Park.

Rebecca Howlett joins the firms highly regarded commercial team as a partner having previously worked at law firms such as Harrison Clark Rickerbys, Mackrell Turner Garrett and RLS Law.Rebecca is a commercial contracts lawyer advising businesses on a wide range of commercial matters and specialises in the use, development, protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights. Her experience includes working with national and international brands across many jurisdictions to protect their intellectual property rights.

Rebecca will provide advice and support to Freeths' clients on issues relating to manufacturing, distribution, agency, licensing, supply and outsourcing agreements across a range of sectors including hospitality and leisure, retail, defence and security, media and transport. In addition to this, she will also advise clients on how to identify, protect and commercialise  their trademarks, copyright, designs, patents and other intellectual property.

Sarah Foster, managing partner of Freeths' Oxford office, said

"It is a pleasure to announce the arrival of Rebecca and we are delighted to welcome her to the firm. As our clients' most trusted legal adviser, it's important that we have the skillset and resource to support our commercial and private clients across a range of legal disciplines. Recruiting Rebecca into the firm's commercial team will enable us to provide our clients with the legal support they require. Her knowledge, experience and expertise will be extremely useful to us and our clients."

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