Andrew Hynd is a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial group, with specialist experience in information technology and procurement.
Andrew has over 20 years’ experience acting for a range of public and private sector organisations on IT projects, especially software licensing, implementation and support, cloud services and privacy and data advice. He is highly regarded for the commercial and pragmatic advice he provides, with a specific focus on strategic procurement and the development, negotiation and implementation of complex contracts.
Andrew regularly advises local and international clients on privacy compliance issues, as well as a broad range of issues relating to data – including value capture, management, security and breaches. He also advise clients on software licensing and support contracts, ICT services, cloud computing and privacy and data security and offer clients a wealth of expertise and a strong commercial focus on all aspects of ICT projects.
Andrew is very experienced in government contracting, having advised on the development of the Queensland Information Technology Contracting (QITC) Framework in Queensland and the equivalent framework in New South Wales (Procure IT).
Andrew also assist clients in the startup ecosystem, providing initial advice on structuring, IP protection, fund raising and funding agreements, NDAs and employment arrangements, regulatory issues and services agreements.
Andrew is recognised in the 2019 edition of Doyles Guide as a recommended Technology, Media & Telecommunications lawyer in Queensland. Andrew has also been listed in the Best Lawyers in Australia 2020 edition for the area of Information Techonology Law.
Andrew’s experience includes the following:
03 March 2020 - Knowledge
#Procurement, #Corporate & Commercial Law
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Public Procurement 2020 provides a comprehensive and cohesive analysis and comparison of the public procurement laws in Australia and on a global scale.
26 September 2018 - Knowledge
#Transport, Shipping & Logistics
The NSW Government has just launched a new Freight and Ports Plan, underpinning more than $5 billion in committed freight infrastructure. In this article, four Holding Redlich partners provide their analysis of the plan and outline its key points.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
27 Feb 20 to 10 Dec 20 - Sydney
Procurement is one of the most important functions of any business. Whether you are buying or selling goods or services, or even procuring construction, it is critical to ensure that the procurement is considered, compliant, and undertaken in a way that ensures that risks are minimised, opportunities maximised and objectives met.
08 Apr 20
In this webinar, Holding Redlich’s workplace relations & safety partners, Charles Power and Ben Marshall, will examine the legal issues confronting Australian businesses when managing their workforces during the coronavirus pandemic.