Mike Rebeiro

Global Head of Technology and Innovation

Mike Rebeiro


T:+44 20 7444 2565

F:+44 20 7283 6500

Mike Rebeiro is a sourcing, technology and information security lawyer based in London. He is the Global Head of our Technology and Innovation practice.

Mike advises on large scale information technology and business process outsourcing including cross border transactions, IT procurement, data privacy and e-commerce projects for both the public and private sectors.

He is described by Legal 500 UK 2013 as ‘top-flight negotiator’ with ‘tremendous industry experience’ and Chambers UK 2012 Information Technology and Outsourcing as ‘commercially savvy, runs a good team and gives innovative, creative advice.

Mike is also an active member and the Ally Senior Champion of the Norton Rose Fulbright Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally (LGTBA) Network.

Mike’s career has involved a spell as in-house European counsel at Cadence Design Systems, a NYSE quoted company that specialises in the design and development of semi-conductors and in related consultancy work. While at Cadence, he had global legal responsibility for Cadence’s outsourcing business division.

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    Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
  • Events

    Mobile payments

    On March 12, 2015 Norton Rose Fulbright will host a breakfast briefing and launch their new guide Mobile payments: Change in your pocket with new opportunities..

    Thursday March 12, 2015

    Liability schemes in sourcing contracts

    One of the most difficult things to work out as a customer or supplier in relation to a sourcing arrangement, is whether what you are agreeing to is market standard..

    Tuesday January 20, 2015

  • Videos

    Liability schemes in sourcing contracts

    August 2014

    Monthly update for the technology sector - April 2011

    April 2011

  • Publications

    Mobile payments

    The mobile payments industry is developing rapidly. Increasingly integrated within the global economy, the ability to make mobile payments brings traditional players.

    February 18, 2015

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