is a senior associate with many years’ experience advising on the structure and drafting of contracts in the TMT sector, including high-value, strategic IT acquisitions by major clients. He has also advised on the IP aspects of many contentious and non-contentious matters, including acting for a technology manufacturer in a successful claim relating to electronic circuit design and software against one of its former designers and a competitor company, and acting for a US-based international software company in the difficult and long-running negotiation of a trade mark co-existence agreement with a UK-headquartered software company. Andrew has presented at many events and provided training to clients, most recently to a major regional bank on IT contracting issues.
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