Kemp Little LLP announces Susan Biddle as consultant hire
Kemp Little is delighted to announce the appointment of Susan Biddle as a consultant in its Commercial Technology team. Susan specialises in providing commercial and… Read more
Susan specialises in providing commercial and IT advice to a variety of businesses, particularly those in the online gambling sector, including those offering casino games, poker rooms, betting services and bingo, software developers, and those providing essential back office services.
Susan’s appointment recognises the specialist skills required to support the evolving IT and regulatory challenges in the buoyant gaming sector. In joining Kemp Little’s leading Commercial Technology team, Susan adds to the range of TMT expertise within the team, further deepening and broadening the team’s specialisms and ensuring client’s receive genuine sectoral excellence in their advisers.
Her detailed understanding of the particular needs of the gambling sector, together with her long experience of complex IT and commercial projects, is a powerful combination for her clients, which range from internationally listed companies to early stage new businesses. She is an active member of the GB Gambling Commission’s invitation-only industry lawyers group.
A number of strategic hires will be announced over the coming months to continue to bolster the firms’ ability to support its clients in business areas where technology has a rapidly growing impact.
Susan Biddle said “I’ve been really impressed by the quality of their practice, their understanding of technology businesses, and their enthusiasm and am looking forward to new challenges.”
Calum Murray, Kemp Little’s head of Commercial Technology, said of Susan’s appointment: “We are delighted to have someone of Susan’s calibre, experience and reputation join our commercial and IT practice. Susan’s arrival enhances and deepens our existing expertise and will help us develop a new gambling focus within our TMT practice”
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