Rebecca advises local and international clients on a range of high value domestic and cross border commercial, trust and regulatory matters, often involving multiple parties. She also regularly advises clients on regulatory enforcement and managing risk, helping clients to avoid claims or at least minimise their exposure. With experience working at a large UK firm Rebecca has built up particular expertise advising predominantly insurers on all aspects of insurance and professional indemnity litigation, including policy and coverage issues.
- Solicitor* - England and Wales
- Advocate - Jersey
* non practising
- Co-author on the chapter on Jersey in the fourth edition of "International Guide to Money Laundering Law and Practice", published by Bloomsbury Professional.
- 'Associate to watch' - Chambers UK, Europe and Global 2017
- 'Leading Lawyers' category and 'Powerwomen' category - 2017 Citywealth Leaders List
- 'Prominent Figure' in the 'Leading Lawyers' category - 2016 and 2015 Citywealth Leaders List
- 'IFC Power Women Top 200' - 2016 Citywealth
Rising star.Chambers 2017
Competent, commercial, pragmatic, thorough and efficient approach.Chambers 2016
Thorough and pragmatic, a very polished, competent lawyer.Clients
Three Advocates from Bedell Cristin, Rebecca McNulty, Laura Hendrick, and Richard Laignel were recently sworn in at Jersey’s Royal Court.
Bedell Cristin acts for incumbent trustee in complex application dealing with issues of trust law, criminal law, money laundering and international cooperation.
Acting for the Plaintiffs in breach of trust proceedings seeking restitution of in excess of US$ 100m.
The Supreme Court has now given its judgment on the eagerly awaited appeal by Prudential regarding whether or not legal advice privilege should be extended to communications in connection with advice given by professional people who are not qualified lawyers.
This briefing provides an overview of the key changes introduced by the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR"), which will have extra-territorial effect in the Channel Islands in relation to the personal data of EU citizens, and the provisions...
Rebecca McNulty considers the new “EU-US Privacy Shield”, and whether, as some say, it might one day be successfully challenged, amid calls for something still more robust. Published on International Investment online - 13 December 2016.