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Gateley Plc

SHIP CANAL HOUSE, 98 KING STREET, MANCHESTER, M2 4WU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 836 7700
Fax:
Fax 0161 836 7701
DX:
14317 MANCHESTER-1
Email:
Web:
www.gateleyplc.com
Birmingham, Dubai, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester and 2 more

Peter Budd

Tel:
Work +44 (0) 161 836 7928
Email:
Web:
gateleyplc.com/
Gateley Plc

Work Department

Commercial.

Position

Peter is a partner in the commercial team and has vast experience acting for blue chip and public sector clients in commercial, IT and all service related matters, particularly in connection with supply contracts, logistics, outsourcing, systems procurement and regulatory issues including data protection and e-commerce. Peter has acted in a number of complex and high profile commercial transactions. Recent successes include advising a major insurer in connection with RDR-compliant systems procurement, advising large brewer in relation to its logistics and supply chain management functions, advising an online gaming provider in relation to gaming and betting solution contracts, advising a clinical trials company in relation to DPA-compliant collection of personal data and advising a major drinks company on the offshore outsourcing of its entire IT infrastructure.

Career

Trained Halliwells Landau; qualified 1994; Walker Morris assistant solicitor 1995-96; DLA assistant solicitor 1996-97; Masons assistant solicitor and associate 1997-2002; Halliwell Landau (then Halliwells) associate and partner 2002-10; Gateley partner 2010 to date.

Education

St Ambrose College, Halebarns, Cheshire (1979-86); Fitzwilliam College Cambridge, (1986-89 MA (Cantab), Natural Sciences); College of Law, (1989-91 CPE; LSF).

Leisure

In his spare time, Peter enjoys repairing and restoring arcade video games of the 70s and 80s era. He also enjoys touring France in search of pretty villages in which to spend his holidays.


North West: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms

Within: Leading individuals

Peter Budd - Gateley Plc

Within: IT and telecoms

Gateley Plc advises on cloud technologies, data flows, GDPR and large IT procurements. The firm is particularly experienced in advising clients in the financial services industry. The ‘very hands-on and practical’ Peter Budd heads the team and focuses on all non-contentious IT work.

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