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Marlon Cohen
Senior Associate

Marlon is an experienced lawyer, specialising in complex strategic commercial and technology work for clients in the retail, communications, digital media and technology sectors.

Specialising in complex commercial contracts and technology arrangements for clients in the retail, communications and technology sectors, Marlon provides creative and pragmatic solutions . Relying on his extensive in-house and private practice experience he is consistently able to find the best outcome for his clients.

Marlon also has particular expertise in communications-related projects, including IT procurement, wholesale telecoms arrangements, outsourcing and managed services transactions. He regularly advises household name technology, media and telecoms companies, ISPs and digital platform providers on a host of matters.

Relevant work

  • A FTSE250 electronics and telecoms retailer on its branding and sponsorship arrangements for venues and locations at the O2 Arena in London.

  • A household name supermarket on the lifecycle of its arrangements to set up, run and wind down its branded mobile network offering.

  • A postal service and courier company on its arrangements with Alibaba to set up a branded storefront on Tmall.hk (the largest business to consumer retail platform in Asia). This involved negotiating contracts for the Chinese platform, contracts with British retailers to sell their products into China, as well as for the fulfilment services to deliver products ordered through the storefront.

  • A multinational consumer goods company on its strategic product lifecycle management transformation programme. This related to the global implementation and on-going provision of software and systems for the business (for the end-to-end production of products, from sourcing and packaging to assembly of those products for sale). This involved negotiating system integration contracts with 3 different suppliers, and software agreements with various different vendors.