Ben supports clients across the full range of commercial law disciplines, including supply of goods and services arrangements, technology contracts, outsourcings, warehousing and logistics, facilities management, joint ventures, routes to market, and consumer/e-commerce law.
Ben has a particular focus in the Automotive and Technology sectors, especially where these two worlds collide: working on transformational and award-winning projects in the “Future Mobility” space.
Ben’s work and profile in this area has seen him appointed to specialist boards and working groups within the UK Automotive Council and SMMT.  His role in the Automotive Council sees him working with Government, OEMs, and other industry stakeholders to ensure that the UK automotive industry remains competitive internationally.
Ben has also provided evidence to a House of Commons Select Committee on the regulatory changes needed to facilitate the development and deployment of autonomous vehicles in the UK. He has previously been involved with a range of automotive and mobility research projects and is now working with the DfT and CCAV on the implementation of the Automated Vehicles Bill.
Ben is recognised in Legal 500 for the advice he provides to both traditional businesses and disruptive start-ups and is described as having “a wealth of experience handling contractual arrangements in the automotive industry”.
In Chambers, he is recognised as a Notable IT Practitioner who “advises across the full range of matters in this area, with a particular focus in the manufacturing, automotive, consumer goods and technology sectors”.


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