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Laurence Kalman

Senior Associate at Olswang

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Laurence works on a wide range of commercial and technology-related transactions, including outsourcing deals, licensing/franchising arrangements and sponsorship agreements. He acts for buyers and sellers on IP-heavy, cross-border M&A transactions, with a particular focus on resolving complicated business separation issues. Laurence also advises on the exploitation of IP rights and data protection matters.Laurence takes a pragmatic and solution-based approach, whether providing a focused piece of standalone advice or managing several workstreams on a large-scale transaction. He drafts and negotiates complicated documents in a clear and concise way to achieve his clients’ commercial goals.Laurence works for clients across a range of industries, with an emphasis on the energy and infrastructure, retail and financial services sectors. Recent clients include Heathrow Airport Holdings (formerly BAA), Tesco, Sellafield, Anheuser-Busch InBev and a major UK bank.Laurence has written and presented on cyber security as part of Freshfields' focus group.

Laurence Kalman's Passles

Olswang

Autotech

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Connected vehicles and the value of data

Here's an interesting piece on Israeli start-up Otonomo, which has developed a cloud solution for connecting car manufacturers' databases...

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Uber crash in Arizona: how to deal with human error?

Once again, many thanks to Tom Simpson in our autotech team for this piece.

In March, an Uber self-driving car was involved in a high...

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NVIDIA and Bosch in strategic AI tie-up

With thanks to Tom Simpson from our autotech team for his help in compiling this post.

NVIDIA's recent announcement of its collaboration...

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Ford goes mobile

Thanks to Tom Simpson from our autotech team for preparing this piece.

Ford has made 400 new engineering hires, the majority from...

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