Jane Randell

Associate

Jane Randell

Contact details

Career

Trained at Farrer & Co; qualified as a solicitor into the Intellectual Property and Commercial Department in 2011.

Education

University of Warwick (LLB); Bristol Institute of Legal Practice (LPC)

Jane is an associate in our intellectual property and commercial team.  She assists in a variety of non-contentious intellectual property and commercial matters for individual, not-for-profit and corporate clients.

She has a wide practice advising on general commercial contracts, including, in particular, IT, outsourcing, venue hire and concession contracts, and advises on copyright and trade mark issues.

She also specialises in public procurement; regularly advising our public sector clients on compliance with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. 

Jane is a member of the firm’s museum & galleries group and, having completed two secondments at the V&A Museum, is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the go-to associates for commercial contract work in that sector.  

Who we help

Jane assists and advises on a range of contentious and non-contentious IP matters affecting institutions, including the registration and protection of their registered trade marks.

She has recently assisted in negotiating a large IT outsourcing contract for one of the UK’s top universities.

Jane provides guidance on matters of public procurement and outsourcing.

Go to Higher education institutions

Jane advises on a range of matters affecting charities and social enterprises and is a member of the firm’s Charities group.   

She provides advice on brand protection and IP licensing and assists with drafting and negotiating a range of commercial agreements.

Go to Charities & social enterprises

Jane assists and advises on a range of contentious and non-contentious IP matters affecting museums and galleries, including the registration and protection of their registered trade marks.

She provides guidance on matters of public procurement and outsourcing.

Go to Museums & galleries