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Brett Lambe
Associate Solicitor

The Paragon
Counterslip
Bristol BS1 6BX

Telephone
0117 930 9580

Associate Solicitor - Company Commercial

Brett joined Thrings in 2009, qualifying into the Bristol Company Commercial Team in 2011. He specialises in a broad range of commercial and corporate matters, with a particular focus on businesses in the technology and luxury retail sectors. Issues he covers include: IT agreements, e-commerce, outsourcing, distribution agreements, agency agreements, consumer retail issues, brand licensing, intellectual property, business acquisitions/disposals, corporate finance, intercompany arrangements and restructuring. Brett’s personable style allows him to get to know clients and their businesses quickly, offering pragmatic and commercial advice with a focus on broader strategy.

Key Experience

Brett’s relevant experience includes:

  • drafting a multi-channel international retail agreement for a high-end luxury brand
  • advising on the sale of a precision engineering process business to a multinational organisation
  • amending various online retailers’ terms and conditions to comply with updated consumer legislation
  • drafting EULAs for apps sold through Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store
  • negotiating a framework agreement for a large contractor in the recruitment sector
  • spending seven months on secondment to a Fortune 500 multi-national diversified technology and industrial company as general commercial in-house legal counsel

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