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Eve England, Principal Associate

Eve England

Principal Associate

Practice areas

  • Commercial and IT
  • Energy and infrastructure
  • Financial institutions
  • Intellectual property
  • Outsourcing and offshoring
  • Technology, Media and Telecoms

Practice notes

Eve England is a principal associate in our commercial contracts group. She specialises in general contracts law, intellectual property, data protection, IT and consumer protection law.

Eve is a member of the Eversheds financial services sector team and advises financial institutions on a range of commercial and consumer related matters. Eve has recently undertaken recent secondments at retail banking institutions. In addition, Eve has particular expertise in LNG sector, having undertaking a 2 year secondment with an LNG terminal in the UK and advising other international LNG terminals in connection with their corporate procurement contracts.

Eve is also a key member of the Eversheds’ Consumer Law Group, and advises clients on all matters concerning their relationships with individual consumes. Eve contributes regularly to consumer law briefings and articles, and has written an article on consumer law published in the Westlaw Insight Encyclopaedia.

Eve is a regular speaker at Eversheds’ In House Counsel Seminars on commercial contracts and consumer topics and presents on IT law and data protection subjects at IT:AM Seminars. Eve also provides bespoke training to clients in connection with commercial contract and consumer law matters

    

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