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Anchali Anandanayagam

Principal at Hudson Gavin Martin

Auckland, New Zealand

About Me

Anchali’s main areas of practice are technology procurement, development and support, capacity and dark-fibre procurement, outsourcing, services, licensing and commercialisation.  She advises both customers and suppliers of technology, media and telecommunications products and services.

Anchali has specialised in technology, media and telecommunications for the last 12 years, and has extensive experience advising both public and private sector clients on their ICT and general commercial arrangements.  Her clients have included Government departments and ministries, crown entities and district health boards, network operators, telecommunications providers, media and post-production companies and start-up businesses.

Prior to joining Hudson Gavin Martin (in September 2012), Anchali was senior legal counsel for Pacific Fibre Limited, the company established to build a fibre optic cable network connecting Australia and New Zealand to the United States.  In this role, she advised the company and its board on a range of general corporate, commercial and technology matters.  Anchali was formerly a solicitor with Linklaters LLP in London and both Simmonds Stewart and Bell Gully (Wellington).

The Chambers legal directory lists Anchali as a “Notable Practitioner” (2017, 2018) and an “Associate to Watch” (2018) in Technology, Media and Telecoms.

Anchali sits on the boards of Women in Film and Television New Zealand, the New Zealand Software Association and Thankyou Payroll Limited.

Anchali Anandanayagam's Passles

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AI - the debate continues

Last night I spoke on the panel at the Great AI Debate, hosted by The AI Show. The debate focused on the implications of AI for news and...

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Four Square, but not as we know it

A trip to the Ellerslie Four Square will shortly be a wholly different experience.

Foodstuffs (owners of Four Square, New World and Pak’n...

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Data loss of Uber proportions

New Zealand privacy law does not – currently – require a business to notify its customers when their personal data has been compromised....

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A change in law that may affect your templates

A new piece of legislation may mean changes are required to your legal templates.

The Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017 (CCLA) came...

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