Anthony Nagle is an Of Counsel lawyer in the London office of Morrison & Foerster and is a member of the Technology Transactions Group, Global Sourcing Group, and the EU Privacy Group.
Mr. Nagle's areas of expertise include a wide range of technology projects, including on-shore and offshore outsourcing transactions, IT procurement and the supply and acquisition of technology equipment, biometric and identification projects, privacy and data-sharing transactions, data breach issues, storage and customer data migration projects, software licensing and development, disaster recovery solutions, cross-border trading, distance selling and e-commerce. Mr. Nagle also has particular experience advising clients in relation to complying with the EU Public Procurement rules and procedures and related tender and bid processes.
Mr. Nagle also counsels and supports his clients in respect of their ongoing outsourcing contracts, including carrying out contract health-checks, advising on contract management and contract change issues, advising on escalated issues and disputes, providing hotline support and training, and dealing with day-to-day general contract queries.
Mr. Nagle has acted for global and domestic clients, including multinational companies, government departments and agencies, and start-up companies. He has recently advised on an IT transaction for one of the UK's biggest insurance companies in respect of outsourcing its IT infrastructure in a number of countries in the Baltic region. He has also recently advised on the procurement, building and maintenance of data centre storage systems for one of the UK's biggest banks.
Mr. Nagle completed a multi-country business process and biometric outsourcing contract involving 200 countries, and he has also advised on the integration and re-baselining of two of the largest IT outsourcing contracts in the UK public sector into a single contract.
Mr. Nagle's other transactions include advising the National Policing Improvement Agency in respect of its "second generation" outsourcing contract covering the provision of advanced biometric identification and fingerprint technology to police forces and other criminal justice organisations in the UK; leading the team defining the technical aspects of the Inland Revenue's year, second-generation outsourcing "ASPIRE" contract; negotiating a web hosting contract for one of the UK's leading national classified advertising web sites; and advising a multinational company on the technical aspects of its global migration to a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) network.