is a senior lawyer in the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Group, with an emerging practice focusing on technology contracting, software licensing and outsourcing for banks, fintechs and other regulated customers of ICT products and services. Akmal's transaction experience spans complex business transformation, systems integration, enterprise-wide software licensing, and professional and consulting services. Akmal also provides targeted regulatory advice in relation to data and security matters. He is a member of the New South Wales Law Society.
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