Rebecca has over 10 years of experience as a commercial lawyer, providing both transactional and advisory services. She specialises in commercial contracts (including procurement), technology, media and telecommunications, intellectual property and privacy and data protection.
Rebecca has acted for a broad range of clients including media and technology companies, for major Australian and global financial services providers, clients in health care and aged care services as well as clients in the public sector.
Her experience includes advising on procurement and supply chain agreements, telco arrangements (including for bespoke application), outsourcing, cloud services agreements and media rights, sponsorship and talent agreements. She also advises on privacy and data protection (including localisation of global policies) and transitional arrangements relating to M&A transactions.
National radiology group
On the simultaneous negotiation of its major support services agreements for key radiology equipment; and a range of technology solutions aimed at innovation, efficiency and maximizing value from its large network, including AI driven and cloud-based solutions.
Global financial services provider
On its appointment by a big 4 Australian bank to provide its card loyalty program; and to establish and manage its long-term global currency card program, including customisation of the platform for integration across all of the bank’s systems and digital distribution channels.
Major Australian bank
On its arrangements with a number of major providers of outsourcing services, including card transaction processing services and back-end services including its local and offshore customer call centre.
Fox Sports Australia
On the implementation and operation of a cutting edge ‘distributed production network’ to streamline the production of live event coverage from remote production hubs to a centralised location, including the build and supply of a new telco network by a leading Telco services provider.
National property management companies
On their procurement of core technology services arrangements, including for business-critical websites and applications.
On its arrangements with a content-production company for a documentary-style television program series.