Data volumes are expanding exponentially. Data insights are driving competitive advantage. Data strategy is moving centre stage. Yet data is funny stuff in legal terms. There are no rights in data – you can’t steal it – but increasingly valuable legal rights and onerous legal duties arise in relation to data. The world of data law evolves rapidly as a result.
Knotty issues around data contracting, rights, AI, governance, protection, security and sovereignty are raising business costs and compliance risks. How do organisations maximise data opportunities and successfully manage risk? What are the right strategies, policies, processes and contracting approaches for success? We have unmatched experience in advising on all aspects of data law, regulation and projects.
We are delighted to be ranked in Global Data Review’s inaugural edition of the GDR 100, the world’s best data law firms. The only global ranking that covers the law and regulation of all types of data, we were singled out for our “business-focused, cutting-edge, clear-cut advice on GDP compliance, data licensing and cyber security issues” as well as for our proven ability to “break new ground”. Our full firm profile is here.