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Rosie Adcock

Rosie Adcock, Litigation Associate, Boodle Hatfield

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Litigation

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Rosie Adcock, Litigation Associate, Boodle Hatfield

Rosie advises clients on a wide range of commercial disputes and art litigation

Rosie acts for companies and high net worth (HNW) individuals. Her commercial litigation practice has most recently focussed on contractual claims, negligence claims, insolvency and breaches of directors’ duties. She also has experience in enforcing both domestic and foreign judgments in England & Wales.

Rosie is a member of the Firm’s leading art law team and has experience in advising on breach of contract, title disputes and the recovery of artwork. She has completed a secondment with the Royal Academy of Arts and is an author of the Firm’s dedicated art law blog, Art Law & More.

Rosie is also a member of the digital assets team and co-founded the Firm’s monthly NFT litigation round-up.

Track Record

Acting for a high net worth individual in relation to his claim against an art dealer for breach of contract in failing to supply a high value artwork. Enforcing the judgment obtained against the dealer by various means.

Acting for a high net worth individual in relation to his claim against multiple international defendants regarding a high value antiquity.

Acting for a landlord in its claim against a tenant who owed in excess of £100,000 in rent arrears.

Acting for a London estate in its application for judicial review of a planning decision made by the local authority.

Publications

A guide to non-fungible tokens (NFTs) – Download here.

Memberships

The Association of Women in Property

Education & Qualification

University of Exeter

Qualified as a solicitor in 2019 and trained with Boodle Hatfield

Acting for a high net worth individual in relation to his claim against an art dealer for breach of contract in failing to supply a high value artwork. Enforcing the judgment obtained against the dealer by various means.

Acting for a high net worth individual in relation to his claim against multiple international defendants regarding a high value antiquity.

Acting for a landlord in its claim against a tenant who owed in excess of £100,000 in rent arrears.

Acting for a London estate in its application for judicial review of a planning decision made by the local authority.

A guide to non-fungible tokens (NFTs) – Download here.

The Association of Women in Property

University of Exeter

Qualified as a solicitor in 2019 and trained with Boodle Hatfield