Caroline Copeland

Partner

Caroline is a corporate and commercial lawyer with extensive experience across the media and entertainment, technology and creative industries.

She advises on all aspects of transactional and corporate advisory work, with a particular focus on large-scale joint ventures, private M&A, global commercial contracts and related corporate governance advice. Her clients range from entrepreneurs through to mid-sized and FTSE 100 companies.

Caroline has built up a significant practice in the advertising and communications sector, regularly advising on significant global commercial contracts. She is also an expert in agency agreements, distribution agreements, commercial franchising and general supply of goods and services contracts.

She is well versed in the rights-based and brand management issues that underpin the media and creative sectors, and is ranked in the Legal 500 for Brand Management and her Media & Entertainment corporate media work.

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Caroline is "a pleasure to work with".
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Caroline Copeland is "recommended for commercial matters."
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Huge effort, attention to detail and great concern for their clients.
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They understand our business incredibly well and provide a range of specialists as needed.
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They were incredibly understanding of our unique needs and collaborated in a very flexible way. I would describe the team as very approachable and capable – they took time to listen to our requirements and made recommendations accordingly.
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