Tanya Wilkie, Associate
Tanya is a commercial lawyer who advises clients on a range of technology and commercial contract matters.
Tanya is a commercial lawyer who advises clients on a range of commercial contract and technology matters, including supply and services agreements, manufacturing and distribution arrangements, platform and website development agreements, licensing agreements, and related consumer law and data protection advice. She also leads our Infrastructure & Communications focus group.
Working with clients across a range of sectors, Tanya has a primary focus on the Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Retail & Leisure sectors. She is experienced in working with international clients and advising on matters involving cross-border elements. Her work involves analysing, drafting, negotiating and balancing risk in the framework of a commercial project or business plan as well as advising on data protection matters. Tanya also has in-house experience working on secondments to the legal and business affairs team of a commercial television network and broadcaster in London and to a multinational telecommunications network operator in the Middle East.
Tanya is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Drafting and advising on a commercial joint venture agreement between a group of companies and a government entity.
- Acting for a large tech company in renegotiating their master services agreement to migrate from a dedicated platform to a multi-tenanted cloud solution.
- Advising a commercial television network and broadcaster on a range of contracts and commercial aspects of two acquisitions.
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