Date: Tuesday 25 June 2019
Time: 6.00 – 7.30 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm, with drinks and networking afterwards)
Venue: Allen & Overy LLP, One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD - Map
Anita Bapat, Partner, Kemp Little LLP
Speakers to include:
An introduction from Karishma Brahmbhat
Karishma is a Senior Associate in Allen & Overy’s London office who specialises in all aspects of technology, data protection and privacy law. She advises a broad range of clients on a variety of data protection and commercial contracts matters, including data compliance projects, digital transformation, data strategy, data ethics, Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, FinTech, social listening, and privacy issues in ad-tech.
Tom O'Flynn, Senior Product Counsel, EMEA Privacy & Data Protection - DAS Legal EMEA Team Lead, Google
In this session we bring together participants from across the adtech spectrum to explain the way in which adtech works, and to discuss the privacy challenges that they face. Join our panel of specialists to learn about adtech (including publishers, advertisers and tech providers) and see how their organisations are tackling privacy issues in practice.
Alex Abrahams, Data Protection and Privacy Counsel, DMGT plc
Alex is Data Protection & Privacy Counsel for Daily Mail and General Trust plc, which manages a global portfolio of business and brands and has revenues of almost £2 billion. It is the parent company of dmg media, which owns MailOnline and Metro.co.uk.
James Evans, Assistant general Counsel, Global Privacy, Verizon Media
Senior in-house counsel & privacy professional with expertise in media, entertainment, advertising and technology. Extensive experience advising businesses on complex commercial contracts, strategic partnerships, GDPR compliance programmes, digital advertising campaigns, programmatic advertising platforms, content creation and licensing, intellectual property and product development.
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