Rem is a leading UK expert in the field of IP, IT, data protection and communications law. With his first-hand industry experience, he brings a unique set of skills and capabilities, combining specialist legal, professional engineering and technology consulting expertise.
Rem works with all types of businesses – multinationals, listed companies, tech/IP rich start-ups and public and third sector organisations – advising their senior management teams on strategic, business transformation and mission critical matters, and helping them to more effectively mitigate and manage their day-to-day contractual, regulatory and legal risks, within the context of their business environment and the sectors in which they operate.
Rem's national and international experience covers numerous sectors including TMT, financial services, fintech, manufacturing, retail, pharmaceutical, medtech, healthcare, education, central and local government.
Rem is a regular contributor, speaker and chair on numerous topics including technology, media and communications law, sourcing arrangements, change management, innovation and enterprise. He writes extensively on IP, technology, digital media and telecoms and has co-edited an international text book on communications and competition law.
Rem is a member of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management Working Group, tasked with developing a new international legal and policy framework for the use and management of geospatial information. In November 2018, Rem was appointed by the World Bank as a special adviser and expert on the application of blockchain for food supply chain traceability. He is also a Visiting Professor of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.
University of Bath: BEng (Hons) Electronic & Communication Engineering
University of Exeter: LLB (Hons) Law
Oxford Institute of Legal Practice: Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Commendation)
News - 30 October 2018
The supermarket Morrisons has lost its appeal against a judgment which ordered it to pay damages to 5518 employees who took action against the company after the security of their personal data was com...