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Data Protection Lawyer

Posted 13 February by Search Consultancy Easy Apply Ended

Data Protection Lawyer

A Legal 500 City Law firm are currently recruiting for a Data protection Solicitor/ Layer of 4 PQE + to join their busy and thriving Commerce and Technology department.

Their clients for whom they act include professional services firms, suppliers of technology and online services, ecommerce and FinTech companies. They range from multinational corporations to SME's, start-ups and individual entrepreneurs.

They have existing strengths in the following: emerging, high growth technology companies; online technology and cloud service providers; international (particularly US) clients; non-tech clients procuring / licensing.

You will be required to advise on:
draft commercial agreements, the GDPR, design rights, copyright, trade marks, passing off, database rights, patents, know-how and occasionally rights of publicity and defamation, filing and exploitation strategies and liaise with foreign lawyers, and advise on IP infringement matters in relation to new brands, designs and technologies.

My client will reward you with a great salary package and rare opportunity to progress in return for a keen focus on business development and commercial drive.

This is a wonderfully exciting role and will allow you to broaden your workload in many respects. My client has an extensive reach and outlook and supports their international clients through their association with an extensive network of international law firms.

Please feel free to call me for a confidential discussion as to the opportunity, on

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

Reference: 34113213

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