Christina Fleming, Associate
Christina advises on technology and commercial contracts.
Christina is an associate in the firms’ Commercial Group. She specialises in commercial advice to clients in the technology, financial services, retail and sport sectors, with a particular focus on FinTech.
She has particular expertise in software development, supply and e-commerce arrangements, online platforms, SaaS agreements, complex outsourcing arrangements, intellectual property licensing and digital content, as well as associated issues such as data protection compliance and consumer law.
She has also been involved in assisting clients navigate the legal challenges of the adoption of disruptive digital technology including cloud computing, blockchain, use of customer data, agile software development and open source licensing. Christina also has in-house experience working on secondment at ITV.
- Advising a FTSE 100 wealth manager on a long term complex services agreement for the provision of client administration and dealing services for a new Alternative Investment Fund
- Advising a leading consumer lifestyle brand on procurement of a SaaS based omni-channel solution
- Advising Nike and Converse on a range of e-commerce, marketing and distribution arrangements, as well as on a number of consumer law and data protection issues
- Advising a European bank on its intragroup outsourcing arrangements
- Advising a large European retailer on negotiation of a merchant services agreement with a payment services provider
- Drafting a supply agreement for the provision of an online communications platform for a financial technology provider to institutional clients across a global corporate bond network
- Drafting terms and conditions for a digital asset exchange as well as advising on the legal issues around smart contracts and the use of blockchain technology
FCA clarification on application of EIOPA outsourcing guidelines to the cloud.
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