Hudson Gavin Martin bolsters senior ranks with new promotions

The promotions recognize the lawyers’ contributions to the firm and the capability they add, HGM said

Hudson Gavin Martin bolsters senior ranks with new promotions
Sarah-Jane Lawson

Hudson Gavin Martin (HGM) has confirmed the promotion of four lawyers.

Sarah-Jane Lawson has moved up to special counsel and Andrew Dentice has been promoted to principal. Meanwhile, Toby Cartwright and Lisa Paz were elevated to senior associate.

Lawson has extensive experience in corporate and commercial law, including business sales and purchases, restructuring, joint ventures, capital raising, shareholder agreements and a range of

commercial agreements.

As a technology lawyer, Dentice focuses on data, platforms and “as a Service” business models, particularly Fintech. He helps clients navigate complex legal issues to execute their business strategy. The new role recognizes his role in building and leading various initiatives within the firm.

Cartwright’s main areas of practice are technology, intellectual property, commercial and corporate law. He has a broad experience in advising on various technology, intellectual property and other commercial arrangements, data protection and privacy, consumer law and corporate transactions.

Paz specialises in technology, media and telecommunications. She has extensive in-house and private practice experience advising on the commercialisation of technology, including IoT and big data analytics, sponsorship and marketing deals, content and tech procurement, and commercial arrangements for telecommunications providers.

Andrew Dentice

Toby Cartwright

Lisa Paz

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