David Berry, Partner
David advises on non-contentious corporate and commercial matters.
AboutDavid advises on non-contentious corporate and commercial matters including: project and procurement contracts; acquisitions/disposals; international joint ventures; outsourcing and other long term business relationship structures. The development and use of technology is often key to the clients that David acts for with a particular focus on: information technology; cleantech; transport; energy (including renewables) and natural resources. Clients range from individual entrepreneurs to governments. With all of them, David works to establish long term sustainable relationships.
David has authored various publications on commercial law matters. He is also a liveryman and active participant in the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.
David is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advised on a series of contracts for an overseas government in respect of the design, build and supply of ships, patrol craft and helicopters by UK, US and Australian suppliers with related long-term training and maintenance arrangements
- Advised on the establishment and implementation over many years of a major joint venture in the UK transport sector
- Drafted and advised on structures for the exploitation of new renewable energy technologies and on innovative waste to energy contracts
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