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Wearable Tech – the legal considerations

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15 June 2017

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Ben Hughes
Ben Hughes
Ben draws on his experience of working in the technology industry to advise on high-profile multi-sourcing ICT projects, including in the banking, financial services and public sectors. Ben is an associate in Bird & Bird's Commercial Group, based in London. He advises on a broad range of commercial law matters and specialises in advising on major ICT outsourcing deals, including under innovative and evolving contracting models. His clients include banking and financial service providers, public sector organisations and a wide range of technology providers.
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