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The Internet of Things, digital platforms and data-driven transactions are creating some real challenges for lawyers. Who actually “owns” data? And who is liable when things go wrong in a complex digital ecosystem?
Technology Lawyer, Hudson Gavin Martin
Andrew is a technology lawyer at Hudson Gavin Martin in Auckland – with a focus on data, platforms and “as a Service” business models. He regularly helps technology clients navigate complex legal issues to execute their business strategy – whether providers or customers, incumbents or challengers.
He is recognised as a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’ in the 2019 Legal 500 rankings for TMT, where he is praised as having “stacks of common sense and instinctive good judgement”.
Andrew sits on the Executive Council for FinTech NZ (the industry body for FinTech in New Zealand) and is a member of the NZ FinTech Regulatory Roundtable – a cross-industry group considering key regulatory issues in financial services and technology.
Prior to joining Hudson Gavin Martin, Andrew led the FinTech & Innovation legal practice at Barclays Bank in the UK, where he provided strategic advice on the bank’s technology and innovation projects – in areas such as cloud, cybersecurity, open innovation, and APIs.