James Taylor, Legal Counsel, Fujitsu
Mark Wilson, Strategy Consultant, Fujitsu
Panel Session will include:
Matthew Lavy, Barrister, 4 Pump Court
Will your clients be thick or thin? Will your CPUs be virtualised? How does the handoff from your WAN to your LAN influence service levels and service credits? What are the disaster recovery implications of a dark site? What does this all mean?!
For those who practice IT law, one of the biggest challenges is to wade out from the safety of legal boilerplate and into the sea of jargon and tech-speak.
This event will lift the lid on the technology that drives many typical IT contracts. By looking at the issues through different lenses (IT consultant, legal advisor, litigator) it will then consider whether lawyers are focusing on the right issues from both a non-contentious and contentious perspective.
Our aim is that attendees come away with a better understanding of the issues that drive IT contracting from a technical perspective.
If you have a general technology related questions that you wish to be covered at the event please tweet #SCLJUNIOR
The SCL Junior Lawyers' Group is about sharing knowledge, experience and insight into the career of the IT lawyer, and getting to know other junior lawyers within the industry.
It is intended that the Group be run by and for junior lawyers. This event has been designed from feedback from our inaugural event in January.
All are welcome: Junior and mid-level Solicitors, Barristers, In-house counsel, Paralegals, Trainees, Law students, and interested senior lawyers too. There are no set criteria as to PQE, experience or otherwise.
Mark Wilson is a Strategy Consultant at Fujitsu. With more than 16 years' experience of successfully bidding, designing and delivering multi-million pound IT infrastructure projects worldwide, Mark currently leads the UK and Ireland Office of the CTO's thought leadership activities. Mark is also active in social media and won the Individual IT Professional (Male) award in the 2010 Computer Weekly IT Blog Awards. Follow Mark on Twitter @markwilsonit.
Matthew Lavy is a barrister at 4 Pump Court. He acts in a wide range of commercial and contractual disputes, but specialises in IT and technology-related work. He is regularly instructed on behalf of providers and purchasers of IT systems and software across a variety of industry sectors. He has acted in relation to disputes involving mainstream business systems (from stand-alone applications to large-scale enterprise installations) and highly specialised applications such as broadcasting platforms, banking systems and safety critical software.
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