Nathan is a specialist outsourcing lawyer with particular expertise in complex/strategic technology sourcing projects (including systems/apps build, integration, support, and maintenance), agile delivery and blockchain-enabled platforms.
He has advised a broad range of businesses, from start-up SMEs to large multinationals and global banks and other regulated businesses. Nathan has also worked with many central and local government authorities, assisting them with their IT projects, commercial contracts and procurement strategies.
Nathan has had articles published on technology matters within the Society for Computers and Law, the Local Government Lawyer and the Academy Magazine. He is also a member of the Society for Computers and Law.
Recent projects Nathan has completed include:
- Advising one of the world’s largest banks in connection with its pay-tech collaboration with SAP
- Helping a consortium of major global banks to procure platform development services in connection with a trade finance information sharing network
- Advising a global technology provider on the negotiation of a Global Framework Agreement for full-service IT (cross jurisdictional including India, UK, Ireland, and North America)
- Procuring platform dev services (agile) for fintech start up (backed by a consortium of the world’s leading commodities businesses). Supporting its vision to digitise the global commodities trading industry through blockchain
- Assisting an international insurer with its phased implementation of a Human Capital Management system (Australia, New Zealand, Latin America and UK)
- Advising a consortium of government departments on the procurement of agile development services in a multi-vendor environment.
- BA (Hons) History, the University of York
- GDL, LPC, LLB, the College of Law (York)
- Qualified 2012