Kemp Little corporate partner Andy Moseby elected to British Interactive Media Association’s executive committee.

09 Oct, 2012

Kemp Little, the UK’s leading technology and digital media law firm, has today announced the election of  one of its corporate partners, Andy Moseby, to the British Interactive Media Association’s (BIMA) Executive Committee.  Andy’s appointment represents the only legal services provider to be elected to the committee.

 

Andy is a corporate partner at Kemp Little, advising UK and multi-national companies on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. He has over a decade’s experience in advising technology and digital media clients, specialising in company acquisitions and disposals, private equity and investments and restructuring and re-organisations. Andy leads Kemp Little’s focus on digital media, interactive entertainment and gaming and is listed as a ‘computer games expert’ in Legal 500.

 

BIMA is committed to supporting and promoting the British digital industry, as well as providing a forum to share knowledge and best practice and rewarding great work within the sector. Andy’s election will further strengthen the relationship between BIMA and Kemp Little. As well as working together on the ‘Who Needs VCS?’ event on 11th October with Wingrave Yeats, the two organisations are launching a blog on the BIMA website soon.

 

Andy Moseby, Corporate Partner, Kemp Little, said: “I am thrilled to have been voted into BIMA’s Executive Committee. It is great to be involved in an organisation that is dedicated to meeting the evolving needs of the digital media landscape in the UK. So much of the vibrant and dynamic work we do at Kemp Little is focused on this sector, and being part of BIMA will help us to cement our knowledge in the area as well as share our experience with the members.”

 

Kemp Little is recognised as the UK’s leading technology-focused law firm. The practice specialises in technology sectors and the sectors that technology transforms.

 

The firm acts for leading organisations across the range of technology and communications industries and in sectors where technology transforms how business operates like financial services, media, travel, retail, professional services, healthcare and the public sector. Our clients range from the largest global public companies and organisations to early stage ventures with exciting new technologies.

 

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