BIMA Hangouts – The Law, Your Business & Coronavirus

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BIMA Hangouts – A practical, forward thinking & interactive session focusing on the challenges presented by the Coronavirus Outbreak.

Online Only Event: We will send you a meeting link once you sign up .

In these sessions you’ll be able to access expert support and advice to help you manage the next few weeks/months successfully.


In our second BIMA Hangouts, Andy Moseby, Partner at Kemp Little LLP and John Haggis, Founding Partner, Kepler Wolf will be looking at the legal implications of the current crisis for you and your business.


Just understanding your options can help you to stay one step ahead. Our Hangouts sessions will cut through the rumour and misinformation and arm you with practical information you can put to work in your business.

Our Hosts :

Andy Moseby, Partner at Kemp Little LLP

Andy is Legal Advisor to BIMA and a partner in Kemp Little’s corporate practice. Andy advises UK and multi-national companies on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, including corporate restructurings and strategic alliances. He works with both capital providers in respect of their investment portfolios and with entrepreneurial companies on all stages of the funding cycle (including seed capital, development funding and exits). Andy has over twelve years’ experience in advising technology and digital media clients. He currently leads Kemp Little’s focus on digital media, having extensive experience advising on exits for digital agencies and acting for interactive entertainment and gaming companies. Andy is listed as a “computer games expert” in Legal 500.

John Haggis, Founding Partner, Kepler Wolf

John is founding partner of Kepler Wolf, a law firm for businesses and people in the creative, marketing and technology sectors. John has been recognised in The Legal 500 for Advertising. He is a UK legal advisor to SoDA, the global society of leading businesses in the digital and creative industries.

Joanna Conway, Disputes & IP Partner, Kemp Little LLP

Joey is a partner in the litigation team at technology & digital specialist firm, Kemp Little LLP. She advises on technology disputes and IP, particularly in the digital context. She has particular expertise in contractual disputes in a technology or scientific context, advising on licensing disputes, termination issues and general commercial disputes across a range of sectors.

David Williams, Head of Employment at Kemp Little LLP

David is Head of Employment law at Kemp Little LLP, a specialist technology & digital law firm, where he provides employment law advice on a wide range of people-related matters. David has over 25 years’ experience, including experience drawn from at least three economic downturns, helping businesses during challenging phases of their development. His entry in Chambers and Partners reads: The “fantastic” David Williams takes on a wide variety of contentious and non-contentious employment work for a broad client base, regularly handling matters including TUPE, discrimination claims and executive dismissals. “His expertise is invaluable,” one client notes, adding: “He went above and beyond the call of duty”.

Tania Williams​, Commercial Technology Partner at Kemp Little LLP

Tania is a partner in the commercial technology group, specialising on large scale outsourcing projects, business process outsourcing and complex procurement. She also advises on a broad range of technology-focused transactions, including enterprise resourcing planning system implementations, managed services arrangements, software licensing and “as a platform” services. Tania has worked with numerous multinational clients, both suppliers and buyers, in many sectors, such as pharmaceutical, professional services, financial services, real estate and industrial.

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Tue, 24 Mar 2020
10:00 - 11:00


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