I deliver practical legal and compliance advice on complex, leading-edge data privacy and security issues in the context of a fast-moving regulatory landscape.
Daniel advises a diverse range of clients – from blue-chip companies to startups – on transactional, regulatory and compliance challenges relevant to data privacy and security.
The ever-changing nature of the data privacy regulatory landscape attracted Daniel to this area of law, and he enjoys helping clients navigate the requirements in a practical, risk-based manner.
Daniel’s representative matters include:
- Counselling technology and life sciences companies on implementing, reviewing and updating global privacy programs designed to comply with both the UK and European Union General Data Protection Regulation, as well as the EU’s ePrivacy Directive, the UK’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, and other EU and UK privacy legislation
- Advising international organisations on personal data breaches, including notifications requirements in the EU, UK and globally
- Implementing data protection compliance frameworks and documentation, including data processing agreements, records of processing activities, data protection impact assessments and privacy notices
- Advising multinationals on international data transfer compliance strategies, including implementing EU standard contractual clauses, the UK international data transfer agreement and binding corporate rules.
University College London
LLM, (pending, 2024)
University of Law
Legal Practice Course, 2017, with distinction
LLB, 2013, first class honors
Admissions & credentials
England & Wales