Stuart is a partner in our Intellectual Property & Technology practice in Birmingham. He advises on a wide range of commercial and IT contracts, including major distribution, logistics, outsourcing, shared services and joint ventures.
He has particular expertise in advising on the procurement and supply of IT systems and IT outsourcing arrangements as well as website and software development, hosting and licensing, software as a service (SAAS), open source software, cloud computing, e-commerce and data security matters. In addition, he drafts and advises clients on contracts for the supply and procurement of goods and services of all types, including specialist supplies to utilities, manufacturing businesses, recycling schemes, retailers, healthcare providers, the defence industry and IT suppliers.
Stuart is a member of the Society for Computers & Law and also works as a supervisor and advisor at the Birmingham Legal Advice Clinic, part of the LawWorks charity group, providing a drop-in centre for free legal advice on simple debt, benefits and consumer issues to people in the West Midlands.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stuart James