Rachel Bell, Associate
Rachel advises clients on a wide range of commercial matters across a broad range of sectors including Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Retail & Leisure.
AboutRachel is a commercial lawyer who provides advice on a variety of commercial contracts. She typically advises on supply and services agreements, marketing and advertising arrangements and manufacture and distribution terms. She also has experience advising on consumer law, data protection and e-commerce. She works with clients across a range of sectors including TMT, Retail & Leisure and Sport.
Rachel completed a six month secondment in the Technology, IP & E-Commerce Legal Team at a Tier 1 Investment Bank.
COVID-19: Advertising Responsibly II
Update of the ASA’s response to adverts exploiting health, financial and employment concerns people are facing due to the pandemic.
Enforcement and Modernisation Directive (EU) 2019/2161 (the Omnibus Directive)
The EU New Deal for Consumers initiative aimed at strengthening enforcement of EU consumer law.
Footfall in UK shopping destinations is on the up - which tech trends are retailers embracing to build consumer confidence?
COVID-19: Advertising Responsibly
The ASA continues its drive to ensure responsible advertising during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ASA have no time for misleading ads about Amazon Prime
On 30 October, the ASA published its ruling on an Amazon Prime advertising campaign run by Amazon Europe Core Sarl.
Ofcom Consultation on the protection of TV and radio programme participants
Ofcom consults on proposed new broadcasting rules aimed at extending existing protections afforded to participants in TV and radio.
CAP updates Code to ensure rules on marketing to children and naming prizewinners align with the GDPR.
To date, the Committee of Advertising Practice has undertaken two public consultations on the impact of the GDPR on the CAP Code.
French DPA concludes its first investigation; fining Google LLC €50 million in the process
On 21 January 2019, the French Data Protection Authority imposed a financial penalty of €50 million on Google.
Ofcom publishes recommendations on making on-demand services accessible
Following receipt of consultation responses, Ofcom publishes its public statement on making on-demand services accessible.
KO for illegal streaming servers – the continuing fight against copyright infringement
A High Court case shows that sports rights holders are keen to protect the revenues that can be generated from ownership of such rights.
Copyright Infringement: Beware of the DJ
Premises owner liable for infringement of copyright after DJs play music on his premises
The portability of online content: an update
Parliament legislates to provide for the UK’s enforcement of the EU Regulation on the portability of online content.
Ofcom consultation on increasing the accessibility of on-demand programme services
Striking a balance between audience benefit and the costs and practicability of accessible on-demand services
The Network and Information Systems Directive: An overview and consideration of the UK Implementation Consultation
This article considers the NIS Directive and the UK Government’s transposition proposals set out in the August 2017 consultation paper