is a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property and Technology Law Group, with a formidable reputation for the design and structuring of some of the most difficult and unorthodox TMT transactions in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. His practice is characterised by creative and innovative contracting styles and the successful execution of landmark projects for which there is often little or no precedent. Ken is particularly renowned for his work in the financial services sector on large-scale IT procurements (for example, core banking, applications development and cloud services), outsourcing and transformation projects, software licensing and telecommunications. His expertise in technology applications and services also extends to many adjacent areas of fintech industry activity, such as electronic payment systems, banking solutions and superannuation. He is a member of the New South Wales Law Society and a former committee member and treasurer of the NSW Society for Computers and the Law.
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