Fleur is an associate in Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property and Technology team, based in London.
She joined Baker McKenzie as a trainee in March 2017 and was admitted as a solicitor of England and Wales in March 2019.
Fleur’s practice encompasses aspects of commercial, technology and intellectual property law.
Fleur advises on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious matters across a variety of industry sectors.
Fleur has experience advising on complex commercial agreements, technology disputes and IT outsourcing.
Representative Legal Matters
- Advising a global financial services firm on outsourcing VoIP services across 56 jurisdictions with multiple service providers.
- Advising a major handset manufacturer on outsourcing buy-back handset services.
- Acting for a number of clients in respect of a wide range of commercial agreements.
- Advising an IT services provider on a dispute with its subcontractor engaged to provide break-fix services to its customer base.
- Advising a multinational technology service company on a dispute regarding a contract to provide data center services.
- England & Wales (Solicitor) (2019)
- BPP Law School (Legal Practice Course with distinction) (2016)
- (Graduate Diploma Law with distinction) (2015)
- University of East Anglia (History First Class Honours)
- Co-author (with Steve Holmes), "Net Neutrality: Where Are We Heading?" Looking Ahead, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, February 2019
- Co-author (with Charles Thomson and Jack Secunda), "Ex Kremlin banker’s court loss may signal tougher stance against 'sham trusts'", Fraud Intelligence, January 2018
- Author, various articles on Global Arbitration News