A member of Brodies' Technology, Information and Outsourcing Group, Martin specialises in advising clients on technology procurement and IT and business process outsourcing projects.
Martin is recognised by The Legal 500 for his work on IT contracts, and he advises clients in both the public and private sector, in particular the financial services industry.
Martin's recent outsourcing and IT procurement experience includes advising on the outsourcing of ATM and debit card transaction processing, and ATM estate management, advising on the off-shoring of application development and maintenance, advising on a second generation end-to-end IT outsourcing, and advising on the outsourcing of fund and back office administration services.
Martin also advises on data protection, intellectual property and general technology law matters, and has a particular interest in the laws applying to social media and new technology such as mobile apps, contactless/mobile payments, smart ticketing and smart metering. Martin's experience includes advising on a number of projects utilising the ITSO standard for transport smart cards.
Martin is also widely respected for his knowledge and expertise in relation to the interaction between technology and disability equality legislation, in particular the accessibility of websites, ICT and mobile apps.
Martin is recommended by Chambers & Partners in relation to data protection law.
'Clients say that they get a "real sense of comfort" from his [Martin's] ability to "completely get our business and what ourdrivers are"
Chambers & Partners 2016
"Martin Sloan is fast becoming something of a guru on financial services-related procurement, and IT/IP in particular"
The Legal 500 2015