Virgin Media required a senior telecoms lawyer to work on a high value infrastructure project. The Halebury lawyer was appointed to advise on all legal aspects of Virgin Media’s build contracts in connection with “Project Lightning”, the single largest investment in broadband digital infrastructure in the UK for more than a decade.
VimpelCom, a leading provider of telecommunications and digital services, required a senior in-house lawyer with experience in mobile, mobile content, mobile financial services and data protection to support on a major digital transformation project.
The world’s largest telecommunications company required a senior telecoms lawyer with fluent French to work across French speaking territories as a sole in-house lawyer in their Retail Sales Team.
SKY Business required a senior in-house lawyer with commercial and media experience to conduct a review and analysis of their existing contract negotiation process.
At very short notice, a leading logistics company required a senior lawyer with strong management experience to lead a team of six senior competition lawyers. It required a lawyer who had worked in a highly regulated environments and had experience of the machinations of large organisations.
Educational publisher Pearson required interim legal support to cover a gap in resource in their Core Legal Team.
National Grid’s procurement team required an experienced procurement lawyer to support with the onboarding of its new management consultancies.
Digital transformation service provider Methods required an experienced in-house lawyer to manage their legal function as sole counsel.
Global travel company Expedia required a flexible legal resourcing solution which enabled them to scale up from ongoing support provided on a retainer basis, to an interim Legal Director cover, then support for a major European project.
In 2016 Encompass Digital Media (EDM), a global technology services and media distribution business, acquired, on a ‘walk in and operate’ basis, part of the west-London-based channel playout business of Nordic media group, MTG (the London Deal). This involved the transfer to EDM of MTG contracts, staff, and equipment. The second component of the London Deal involved the migration of EDM’s own channel playout business from its central London location to the newly acquired premises in west London.