Imogen is a commercial solicitor with a focus on IT and technology specific contracts, dealing with scenarios ranging from large-scale outsourcing procurement exercises and IT infrastructure projects, to discreet work such as website terms and conditions and data access arrangements. Her experience covers business critical systems, software licensing, hardware insourcing (including tying together discreet elements within large organisations, dealing with multiple project managers), and contract remediation/compliance with respect to the provisions of the GDPR.
She has experience of both public and private commercial requirements, and has worked with highly regulated sectors such as the insurance and banking industries.
Examples of experience include advising:
- a government funded innovation centre on the drafting of their terms and conditions for the educational and corporate use of an amalgamated data set
- on various software as a service agreements and software licensing arrangements for the retail, banking and insurance industries
- on the due diligence of customer and supplier contracts, IT systems and data considerations for clients both purchasing and selling companies. Examples include acting for EQT on the sale of the Tampnet group, the owner and operator of the world's largest offshore fibre-backed communication infrastructure network, to 3i Infrastructure plc and ATP, and Mpac on its acquisition of Lambert Automation Limited, one of the leading providers of tech automation solutions to the medical and consumer healthcare markets
- the Department for Education on the contract for an urgent renewal and update of some application support systems under CCS Framework terms;
- on the GDPR remediation project of a large publicly funded institution. This involved analysis of complex data flows between the client's suppliers and customers, which include government bodies and departments
- the Ministry of Justice on a draft services contract regarding the outsourcing of accommodation and related services, including IT infrastructure, as part of a procurement exercise.