Tech and IP stars join up with Allen & Overy

Ravi de Fonseka and Daniel Thompson will help to boost the firm's tech transactions offering

Tech and IP stars join up with Allen & Overy
Ravi de Fonseka, Daniel Thompson

Allen & Overy has brought technology, telecommunications and IP specialists Ravi de Fonseka and Daniel Thompson in to help beef up its tech transactions offering.

de Fonseka brings more than two decades of legal experience gleaned from his work Australia and in the UK, while Thompson has over 15 years of experience in the field. They have tackled matters involving telecommunications networks, co-location, MVNO, regulatory, digital transformation, systems integration, outsourcing, IP, and data-driven projects.

de Fonseka and Thompson have also handled the technology, IP, data, and transition aspects of M&A projects, the firm said. The duo have worked with technology providers and consumers in the Big Tech, telecommunications, financial services, energy and resources, and ag-tech sectors.

“This is a fast-growing and dynamic sector in APAC. Ravi and Dan will strengthen our APAC technology transactions practice and deepens our ability to deliver a true end-to-end digital offering across the region and across the technology sector”, said Victor Ho, head of the APAC corporate practice.

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