Ravi is a leading technology, telecommunications and intellectual property lawyer with experience across Australia and the UK.
He advises on a broad range of local and cross-border technology, telecommunications, intellectual property, privacy and general commercial matters.
Ravi has worked at a Magic Circle firm in the UK and top tier firms in Australia, where he advised clients on:
Advised on its acquisition of PC-Eftpos, supplier of a hybrid SaaS and on-premises payment processing middleware solution and on its acquisition of Micromine, supplier of an on-premises exploration and mine design softare solution.
Advising in connection with its software development, licensing, hosting and support arrangements for the business critical AROS resource management system.
Advising multinational technology company Microsoft on the telecommunications and technology aspects of its Skype for Business and O365 services, privacy and data security matters and various major technology licensing contracts.
Advising multinational premium audio and technology company Bowers & Wilkins in connection with its Australian distribution arrangements, and ongoing third party logistics and after sales support arrangements, for Bowers & Wilkins products.
Advising multinational content and technology company LexisNexis in connection with a broad range of its technology, telecommunications, privacy and commercial matters, including advice on telematics applications, technology integrations, and LexisNexis’ ANZ privacy and data protection practices.
Advised on its seed investment in Popgun Labs, supplier of a SaaS based artificial intelligence platform for music.
Advised on its acquisition of Hotschedules, supplier of an industry leading employee scheduling SaaS and application based employee scheduling solution.
Advised on its series A investment in Humanforce, supplier of a SaaS workplace management solution.
Advised on its contracts with Enzen for the design, integration, implementation, transformation and transition to, a new whole of retail business IT system, including SAP-based ERP integrated with SAP, Oracle, and other database platforms in a hybrid implementation across Australian and Indian data centres.
Advising the world’s largest fibre optic and electrical cable manufacturer Prysmian on a broad range of its Australian technology and commercial matters, including supply, licensing, exclusive reseller and joint venture arrangements.
Advised in relation to its whole of business managed services contract with Dimension Data and contracts with Quark and GPSL for a business critical structured publishing solution for the managements and publication of the National Electricity Rules and other AEMC regulations.
Advised on its acquisition of the ENE-HUB multi-function technology smart node business, including related exclusive technology manufacturing agreement and telecommunications issues.
Advised Australia’s largest energy retailer Origin Energy on a broad range of its technology matters, including its whole of business ERP implementation project with DXC, contracts with its major suppliers Accenture, Wipro, Telstra, Amazon Web Services, SAP, and HP and the complex technology separation of the Lattice Energy business.
Advised on its contracts with Woolworths for the distribution and supply of SPC Ardmona products, contract manufacturing agreements with Asahi and Symingtons, and various privacy and data protection matters.
Advised on a broad range of its intellectual property and information technology matters, including its whole of business ERP implementation project with Evosys and the protection, licensing and enforcement of the ‘a2’ brand, a2 Milk’s proprietary herd breeding technologies and procurement of critical business support systems.
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