Rebekah is a Disputes Resolution lawyer based in our London office. She advises clients in the context of all forms of dispute resolution, including High Court litigation, arbitration and mediation. Her work ranges from complex contractual disputes, shareholder and joint venture disputes to professional negligence claims and internal investigations. She advises UK and international clients across various sectors including in media and telecommunications, travel and leisure, and financial services.
Rebekah has completed a six-month secondment in the firm's Hong Kong Dispute Resolution practice and an eight-month secondment in the in-house Litigation team at Lloyds Banking Group, where she worked on a number of high profile litigation matters.
Rebekah's experience includes advising:
- a Michelin-starred chef in defence of claims for breach of a joint venture agreement providing for the international expansion of a well-known restaurant brand
- a "big four" accountancy firm in defending claims against it alleging negligent tax advice
- Trustee companies in defence of an unfair prejudice claim relating to a multi-million pound UK hotel chain
- a major plc in relation to a high profile internal investigation
Rebekah graduated from the University of Warwick with a History (BA) degree in 2012.
Rebekah trained at the firm and has been admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales since 2016.