Umbra's sole lawyer quits for Reebok

Begum, Husnara
April 2005
Lawyer;4/11/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 14, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports that merry-go-round in the sportswear sector is in full swing as iconic football kit manufacturer Umbro loses its general counsel to Reebok International Ltd. Katherine Roseveare, Umbro's sole in-house lawyer, is leaving Great Britain listed company to join Reebok as European general counsel. Macfarlanes, which has a longstanding relationship with Reebok, handles the lion's share of the company's work. Additionally, Reebok outsources IP and enforcement work to Simmons & Simmons.


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