Charlotte Roxon focuses her practice on commercial and technology transactions, including complex information technology (IT) and business process outsourcings, major renegotiations of IT, and a broad spectrum of commercial contracts across a number of sectors, including financial services and retail. Charlotte advises clients on multinational deals from initial scoping, to negotiation, to completion. Charlotte also supports a number of clients in negotiating sponsorship, marketing, and celebrity endorsement agreements.
In addition to her work with outsourcing arrangements, Charlotte advises on commercial deals, including software and intellectual property licenses, “as a service” arrangements, and supply of goods and services agreements, across a variety of sectors.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Charlotte spent time seconded to a UK airport, advising on a transformational IT outsourcing project.
Advising financial services providers and customers on European outsourcing regulations
Represented a global service provider on one of its largest multijurisdictional finance and accounting business process outsourcings
Represented an international service provider on a number of strategically important IT projects
Represented a global bank on the renegotiation of its key IT outsourcing arrangement opposite a multinational technology corporation
Represented a US insurer in the procurement of “hybrid” IT arrangements
Represented a global service provider on multiple arrangements for the provision of front, middle, and back office services to asset management firms
Represented a global bank on a number of alliance partnerships for embedded banking products
Advised numerous global clients on a wide range of IT and commercial contracts
Supported a number of clients on transitional services arrangements in support of merger and acquisition activities
Advised a leading US healthcare provider on its affiliation and licensing activities as part of a partnership arrangement to develop a teaching hospital in the Middle East
Advised a US consumer goods delivery company on its expansion into the United Kingdom, including a number of partnership, sponsorship, and marketing arrangements
Represented a global developer and operator of ultra-luxury destination resorts, hotels, and residences for the appearance of an internationally renowned artist at the grand opening of a new hotel
Represented a trading platform provider in its sponsorship deal with a champion sportsperson
University of Law, England, 2014, LPC, with Distinction