Newcastle based Mincoffs Solicitors is delighted to appoint specialist IT solicitor David Cox to the Commercial team as an Associate, strengthening the firm’s reputation as one of the region’s leading technology law firms.
David graduated from the University of Oxford in 1997 and initially worked in the IT industry. During this time, he gained significant experience with global leaders in both the pharmaceutical and banking sectors and held technical certifications with major IT vendors, including Microsoft.
David has carried this IT knowledge into his legal career and has advised on a range of complex and high value commercial contracts, including various engineering and technology projects. He has also remained actively involved in the practical aspects of technology implementation, having overseen the delivery of a transformational legal IT project in his previous role as a senior in-house solicitor at an international construction and support services company.
David said of his promotion: “I’m really excited to join the team at Mincoffs, which is a recognised leading player in the North East legal IT sector. Mincoffs’ emphasis on providing accessible, commercially-focussed advice has provided a great cultural fit for me, coming from an in-house legal background and I really look forward to working with the firm and its clients.”
The appointment further strengthens the team, which has seen significant year on year growth.
Partner and Head of Commercial, Antony Hall said: “We are delighted to welcome David to the team. He is an experienced solicitor who has expertise in a wide range of matters. His previous IT background has enabled us to further deepen and develop our offering to technology clients. We only hire the best in class and David joining represents that ethos.”
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