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Charlotte Ebbutt

Associate

T: 01225 730 204 (DDI)
T: 01865 268 386 (DDI)
M: 07585 662 619 E: charlotte.ebbutt@roydswithyking.com

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email enquiries@roydswithyking.com or call 0800 923 2073

Charlotte is an associate based on our Oxford office working in the areas of Technology & Media and Racing & Bloodstock.



About Charlotte

Charlotte graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a Master of Arts in Ancient History. She went on to complete her legal studies in London and obtained a distinction in the legal practice course. Before joining our team in 2014, Charlotte worked for a defence technology company as well as spending time working abroad.

Charlotte works on a wide range of matters across both the Technology & Media and Racing & Bloodstock teams. In particular:

  • Registration, portfolio management, oppositions and infringement of domestic and international trade marks
  • IP and IT contracts
  • Agricultural and equestrian property transactions
  • Assisting on sports disciplinary and licensing cases
  • Specialist commercial agreements regarding racing and bloodstock

Memberships

  • Oxford Young Professionals
  • Women in Racing

The hybrid nature of my role allows me to work in two different practice areas that I have a genuine passion for. I enjoy the fact that the work is continually varied and I get to work with interesting clients who really care about their respective industries.

Charlotte Ebbutt

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