About Jack

Jack specialises in a broad range of commercial and technology matters including outsourced solutions, technology licensing, hardware acquisition, general procurement and subcontracts and privacy law. Jack acts for major government and private sector clients. As a former in-house lawyer at IBM Australia, Jack is able to infuse his legal advice with a unique perspective for his clients.

Jack is recommended by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2023) Guide for his work in IT & Telecommunications. He is also an Australasian Rising Star 2023 award recipient by Australasian Lawyer.


  • Major Australian Bank

    Advising on a number of complex procurement projects, including the procurement of a multi-factor authentication security solution and associated services from a US-based software provider.

  • New South Wales Police Force

    Advising on a number of large and small general commercial and technology matters, including RFPs and agreements for core policing systems, major hardware, software and services acquisitions, the procurement of helicopters and vessels, maintenance contracts for NSWPF’s entire vessel fleet, services agreements for the collection and disposal of dangerous goods, disputes and inter-government agreements. Seconded on a number of occasions, both part-time and full-time, as a solicitor in the NSW Police Force’s Commercial and Administrative Law Unit, to provide advice in relation to a range of commercial law matters (June 2016 – September 2016, July 2017 – September 2017 and December 2017 – January 2019, March 2019 – May 2019).

  • Samsung Electronics Australia

    Providing general commercial (including privacy) advice, as well as drafting and negotiating a number of commercial agreements, including agreements with telecommunication service providers, technology agreements, reseller agreements, sponsorship agreements and ambassador agreements.

  • Sydney Airport Corporation

    Drafting, negotiating and advising on various IT and commercial agreements for Sydney Airport, including with respect to Sydney Airport’s data centre arrangements, network transformation project, billing platform, human resources management solution, security project, wayfinding solutions and the fast passenger processing trial.

  • Sydney Trains

    Advising on a range of general commercial and technology matters, including an RFP to establish an organisation-wide technology services panel, various technology agreements related to critical systems and infrastructure, a number of vending machine rental agreements and related agreements and other agreements for the supply of goods and services.

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