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Technology Law Alliance

7 STRATFORD PLACE, LONDON, W1C 1AY, ENGLAND
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Birmingham, London

Gavin Wakefield

Tel:
Work 0845 351 9093
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Technology Law Alliance

Position

Gavin is a director of Technology Law Alliance and advises technology suppliers and users on the entire range of technology and outsourcing-related contracts. He has been involved in some of the largest outsourcing projects of recent years, in both the private and public sectors. As a former General Counsel he has experience of leading a team of lawyers and advising at board level on key transactions.

Career

1992-93 pupil, Thomas More Chambers; 1993-1994 pupil, 1 Essex Court; 1994-1996 IT lawyer, Provident Mutual (now part of Aviva); 1996-98 Sole Counsel, Dun & Bradstreet; 1998-99 Senior Counsel and General Counsel, Asia, Capgemini UK, 2000-03 General Counsel, UK and Ireland, Capgemini UK; 2003 to date director, Technology Law Alliance.

Education

1987-90 LLB (Hons), University of Warwick; 1991-92 Inns of Court School of Law.


London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms

Within: IT and telecoms

Technology Law Alliance provides 'considerable depth of experience and expertise' and 'value for money'. Practice head Jeremy Newton led a team advising Grafton Group on several IT procurement projects, including a business-critical contract with Epicor Corporation relating to the company's enterprise resource planning solution. Another key name to note is Gavin Wakefield, who acted for Apollo Syndicate Management on its software licence and services framework agreement with a leading provider of financial management and regulatory solutions. Hitachi Vantara, Capgemini UK and BMO Global Asset Management are all clients.

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