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Baker McKenzie

100 NEW BRIDGE STREET, LONDON, EC4V 6JA, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7919 1000
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Fax 020 7919 1999
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233 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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www.bakermckenzie.com

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London: Risk advisory

Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity

Within: Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity

Baker McKenzie's data protection team leverages the firm’s global network to provide international clients with multijurisdictional advice. Recent areas of expertise for the practice include substantial GDPR compliance projects, breaches and incident response assistance including investigations, notifications and regulated sector issues; and advising third-party providers on the practical implementation of data protection compliance programmes. IT and commercial partner Harry Small heads up the department and assists with contentious and non-contentious mandates including major data protection programmes and data security breaches; other key individuals include Julia Wilson , who leads the employment data protection group; David Halliday, who leads on data security breaches; and Ben Allgrove, who regularly acts for digital media clients. Dyann Heward-Mills left to set up her own DPO company.

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London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Brand management

Within: Brand management

Baker McKenzie has notable strengths in trade mark portfolio management and enforcement, and is often sought after by recognised international brands in the consumer goods, media, retail, technology and financial services sectors; L'Oreal, Google and Hitachi are among its recent clients. Jessica Le Gros heads the trade mark registration and disputes team, where she is  supported by Ben Allgrove, Michael Hart and Paul Rawlinson, who advise on the full range of contentious and non-contentious IP matters, including trade secrets and copyright. Michelle Blunt focuses on commercial transactions in IP.

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IT and telecoms

Within: IT and telecoms

Baker McKenzie's technology practice has impressive capabilities spanning the IT and telecoms sectors; the group has experience assisting telecoms companies and communication service providers with network transformation and commercial advice, and also advises IT users and providers on the full range of contentious and non-contentious matters. Practice head Steve Holmes specialises in complex commercial telecoms transactions, while Ben Allgrove focuses on telecoms regulatory issues, particularly in the digital media space. Names to note for technology transactions include outsourcing specialists Harry Small and Duncan Reid-Thomas, and Sue McLean, who has experience spanning outsourcing, data privacy, technology procurement, development and licensing work, with particular fintech, blockchain and AI expertise. David Halliday is a key contact for contentious matters. Senior associate Charlotte Harrington is also recommended.

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Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

The 'knowledgeable, personable and efficient' team at Baker McKenzie has a breadth of expertise across brand protection matters, patent litigation and transactional advice, with particular experience in the consumer goods and retail, TMT, healthcare and industrials sectors. The team also benefits from a strong media and technology practice, led by Ben Allgrove, which handles copyright and online provider liability issues. Practice head Michelle Blunt assists clients with a range of IP transactions, while recently promoted partner Jessica Le Gros leads the trade mark team. Other names to note include Michael Hart , who handles soft IP matters, and patent litigator Hiroshi Sheraton, who focuses on the healthcare and life sciences sectors.

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    For decades, the primary Turkish laws governing leases of residential and business premises have been the Law on Leasing Real Property dated May 27, 1955 (the ‚ÄúLease Law‚ÄĚ) and the Turkish Code of Obligations No. 818 dated April 22, 1926 (the ‚ÄúObligations Code‚ÄĚ). Both of these laws, however, will be repealed and replaced with the new Turkish Code of Obligations No. 6098 dated January 11, 2011 (the ‚ÄúNew Obligations Code‚ÄĚ), which will enter into force on July 7, 2012.
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