Technology Law Alliance wins Nabarros partner

Hoare, Steve
July 2005
Lawyer;7/4/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 26, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that the law firm Technology Law Alliance has poached Jeremy Newton, a partner at the law firm Nabarro Nathanson. The boutique was launched in 2003 and last year made a splash with the hire of client Gavin Wakefield, then general counsel of Cap Gemini. The firm has now taken on a partner from Nabarros' respected IT group. Newton is based in Nabarros' Reading office, which is due to close down in July, but Newton denied that the closure had anything to do with his departure. He said he was attracted by the idea of working for a successful boutique. Newton will complete the work that he is doing on the Metropolitan Police IT outsourcing transaction in October 2005 before joining Technology Law Alliance.


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