Jeremy’s experience is drawn largely from information technology, intellectual property and commercial law combining both French and Australian law.
Starting originally as a commercial and corporate lawyer he has since embraced his interest in science and technology broadening his expertise to Technology, Media & Telecommunications, intellectual property and data protection.
His clients include a broad range of listed and unlisted entities, including telecommunications providers, software and IT vendors, big data companies and utility companies, as well as clients in the public sector.
Jeremy has extensive experience in providing advice and assistance to small, medium and large corporations in relation to commercial agreements (including services agreements, data sharing agreements and sponsorship agreements), IT procurement and outsourcing, M2M and IoT solutions, and cloud solutions (SaaS, PaaS and IaaS).
Jeremy also advises on IP management and commercialisation, big data projects, privacy, data protection and surveillance, software development and licensing arrangements, Open Source Software, consumer protection laws, misleading and deceptive conduct and false advertising.
Drafting and negotiating agreements allowing the purchase and resale of a machine-to-machine solution for a telecommunications carrier.
Advising a software and cloud services company on the incorporation of open-source software into a multi-component cloud platform.
Negotiating an agreement to migrate a government entity’s systems from on-premises to a PaaS solution.
IT services provider
Negotiating a high-value IT services agreement between an airline company and an IT services provider.
Global household appliances manufacturer
Advising a global company on local privacy issues in relation to cloud-connected devices that transmit their location and film their surroundings.
High-tech engineering group
Advising a large high-tech group on the legal implications of implementing video surveillance and asset tracking solutions.