Mark Bailey, Partner
Mark is a highly experienced technology lawyer.
AboutMark is a highly experienced technology lawyer, who provides advice on a variety of technology, infrastructure and commercial contract matters for clients ranging from growing businesses to banks, infrastructure providers and major suppliers and buyers of IT services. He combines in-depth commercial expertise, specialist technology know-how and a highly practical approach to advising clients on a range of matters including IT services agreements, software licensing, cloud outsourcing, facilities management, data centres, internet and e-commerce issues. Mark works across a number of sectors but has particular expertise in advising within financial services and retail.
Mark is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Acting for a UK Investment Bank on a major data centre programme including advice on modular data centre projects and a mission-critical new build co-location agreement
- Advising infrastructure as a service provider on service agreements and major renewals with international consulting firms, and service providers
- Acting for a multinational company on major facilities management outsourcing agreements, including cleaning and catering supply agreements
- Advising an international investment bank on new trading platforms for high frequency trading
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