is of counsel in the Nairobi office of Bowmans (Coulson Harney) and is a member of the IP and technology practice group. Ariana’s practice covers commercial IP, fintech, technology law, e-commerce, media, telecoms and data privacy. She is a key member of the firm’s data protection and fintech taskforce. She is also a member of the International Trade Mark Association. She has considerable experience in advising clients on a range of commercial agreements involving 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, data privacy, trade secrets and confidentiality.
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