Who we are

Commercial and business life can pose all sorts of legal questions. Our aim is to help those businesses who’d prefer to get all those answers from under one boutique roof. Ours.

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Commercial and business life can pose all sorts of legal questions. Our aim is to help those businesses who’d prefer to get all those answers from under one boutique roof. Ours.

We make no apologies for our size. We are pleased not to be weighed down with big firm process (or overheads). So we are passionate advocates of being smaller, more flexible and more responsive and taking a more personal, relationship-based approach to your business. At the same time the breadth of our experience matches any big firm’s. The proof is in what we have done since 2008. We have worked with all kinds of businesses (both B2B and B2C), in all kinds of sectors and in all kinds of places. We have worked across borders and cultures with many international brands.

We know Europe especially well but have worked further afield in the Far East, the US and South America. We have bought businesses. We have sold them. We have embraced the new digital economy, with its new ways of doing business and the needs of a new Generation Y business class. And boutique is never an obstacle to what is in your best interests. We draw on an extensive network of overseas law firms, genuine partners not names simply to puff up web copy. In particular we have a close relationship with leading London law firm, Mishcon de Reya, and all its resources. In these ways we aim to be a law firm that can provide answers to any of the questions that may come your way, and fill the role of the specialist generalist.

Marcus Rebuck

Marcus started Rebuck Law in 2008. It was the embodiment of the law firm as he envisaged it: boutique firm as business partner, helping clients manage their real life business challenges. Marcus began his career as a corporate lawyer with London firm, Finers. He became a partner in 1988. With time spent in Italy and France, including a Masters in European Law at the Sorbonne, he was also broadening his horizons, developing an appreciation of different cultures.

This interest, particularly in cross-border transactions, led him to join leading Paris law firm, Ginestié, to head up their London office. Here he worked with numerous high-profile UK, French and US companies. Hence the decision in 2008 to establish a boutique practice: a specialist generalist that could provide 360-degree advice to companies working both in the UK and abroad.

Marcus lives in London and is married with three children. He supports Arsenal Football Club and spends his time going to the theatre, using up his air miles, taking photographs and listening to jazz and world music.