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Work 020 7600 8080
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Rachael Barber

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Work +44 20 7710 8034
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Web:
www.kemplittle.com
Kemp Little LLP

Work Department

IP & Technology Disputes

Position

IP & Technology Disputes Partner

Career

Rachael specialises in design, trade mark and copyright litigation as well as IP protection and enforcement. She has a particular focus on the luxury, fashion and retail related industries and has worked with many leading brand names. Rachael regularly speaks at both legal and retail events.


London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

'Very strong' technology and intellectual property team at Kemp Little LLP attract praise for being 'very knowledgeable and responsive'. Paul Garland heads up the team and led a team which represented Pulse On in a patent court case against Garmin for infringement of its heart rate monitor design. The group is also instructed by Ferrari and continues to advise on the company's trade mark and design rights in the UK. Rebecca Halford-Harrison and Mark Lewis are names to note for IP disputes. The department's impressive client roster also includes Coca-Cola Enterprises, Thompson Reuters and Sony Corporation. Rachael Barber joined the team from Penningtons Manches LLP.

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South East: TMT

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

The team at¬†Penningtons Manches LLP¬†builds a ‚Äėlong-lasting trust and successful cooperation‚Äô with its clients, which include Jimmy Choo, Vaccitech and IKEA. The practice offers expert advice on patents, know-how, trade mark and copyright licensing, and copyright, database and design right protection. Oxford-based partner¬†Chris Shelley¬†jointly heads the practice with London-based¬†Anna Frankum.¬†Shelley is particularly renowned for his work in the life sciences, publishing and engineering sectors; in one recent highlight he advised new client Inkpath on various issues including data protection and the implications of the GDPR, negotiating contracts and drafting an evaluation agreement. Trade marks specialist¬†Gavin Stenton¬†provides strategic brand protection advice to brand owners in a wide variety of sectors including fashion, sport, drinks, publishing and professional services. Joanne Vengadesan,¬†who splits her time between Basingstoke and Reading, is also highly regarded, as is associate¬†Holly Strube.¬†A notable personnel change saw¬†Rachael Barber¬†leave the practice to join¬†Kemp Little LLP.

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