is of counsel in the Nairobi office and a member of the intellectual property and technology practice group. She is admitted as a solicitor to the senior courts of England and Wales. Ariana's practice areas include IP, commercial and consumer and technology practice. She is a key member of the firm's data protection taskforce and has been at the fore of developments in this area. She has considerable experience in clients on the demand and supply of a range of commercial agreements, including supply of goods/services, e-commerce payment services and platform integration, software licensing and distribution, cloud services, agency and distribution, franchising, licensing, IP exploitation and brand enforcement, and confidentiality.
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