Appleby partners with Collision

  • Steve Rees Davies of Appleby

    Steve Rees Davies of Appleby


Law firm Appleby has partnered with North America’s fastest-growing tech conference to showcase the firm’s offshore technology and innovation practice.

Appleby will be an exhibitor at Collision, which is now in its fifth year and which attracts more than 25,000 attendees.

With more than 100 speakers and 120 countries represented, the 2019 event — to be held May 20 to 23 in Toronto — has become a crossroads for the world’s largest technology companies and the world’s most disruptive emerging technology entrepreneurs, Appleby said.

Bermuda-based partner Steven Rees Davies, joint head of Appleby’s global technology & innovation group, said: “We are proud to partner with Collision at this fantastic event, which brings together Fortune 500 companies, ground-breaking tech start-ups and leading investors in the tech industry. Appleby has established itself as a leading provider of offshore legal services to technology companies and we are looking forward to joining the multi-faceted sessions and networking events.”

Appleby’s multi-disciplinary global technology and innovation group supports technology companies and start-ups across a broad range of emerging technologies, the firm said.

For more information about the conference, see www.collisionconf.com.

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Published May 14, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated May 13, 2019 at 10:33 pm)

Appleby partners with Collision

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