I am a technology lawyer specialising in non-contentious technology and data protection matters. I work with tech start-ups and high growth companies to help them exploit technology assets and navigate data protection issues.
I can advise you on the launch of new products and services to market and will take the time to understand your business objectives and how your technology solutions work. Once launched, I will run alongside your sales team to help license your solutions to enterprise customers.
I regularly work on matters with a cross border element and advise a number of international clients to support their UK and EU activity.
My particular area of expertise lies in advising on the exploitation of cloud service offerings within the framework of AI and deep learning technology, as well as the following:
- cloud service arrangements
- tech licensing
- software development agreements
- IT systems procurement
- partnership and reseller arrangements
- joint venture and collaboration agreements
- outsourcing arrangements (ITOs and BPOs)
- data protection compliance
- tech asset transfers and business carve outs
I joined Taylor Vinters as a Partner in the London office at the beginning of 2020. I started my career at an international law firm after reading law at Oxford University. I have gained experience from roles in-house and at US and tech boutique firms. Prior to joining Taylor Vinters, I helped establish a new legal offering at an international law firm and led their AI and Deep Learning Working Group.
Working with global tech giants and financial institutions in a former life puts me in an advantageous position to advise you on how to navigate complex procurement processes with more demanding enterprise customers and how to partner with more established players. I can provide you with insights and meaningful risk assessments to avoid wasting time during the sales process, coupled with a promise to not sit on the fence.
One thing you probably didn’t know is I was a performing acrobat in my slightly younger years.
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