Technology law has been my focus for several years – I deal with innovative and entrepreneurial clients across a wide range of sectors and cover strategic, complex and regulated procurements. From platform development and licensing to digital transformation, outsourcing, blockchain and CCS frameworks, I give pragmatic and commercial advice on business-critical issues for my clients.
My clients include first tier software firms, industry-leading trade tech companies, and tech start-ups, so I am fluent in the language of software development and specialise in the licensing and deployment of software, helping clients to manage their IT estate and minimise risk.
I hold a position on SAP’s global panel of commercial law advisors and is a member of the Outsourcing Group Committee @The Society for Computers and Law.
Outside work I enjoy spending time with my young family, rugby, and fresh air.
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