We partnered with European Company Lawyers Association (ECLA) to produce a report exploring the challenges and opportunities associated with new data-driven business models.
With 62% of businesses surveyed across Europe offering data-driven products or services, and a further 27% planning to do so in the near future, is your business leading the way or lagging behind?
Data-driven business models (DDBMs) are central to the worldwide digital economy and an increasing number of organisations have utilised them within their businesses. However, with accelerating digitalisation come increasing legal challenges.
The detailed report includes results from a survey of over 400 general counsel across Europe and a range of industry sectors. In addition, the report provides legal insight, inspiration and practical solutions for managing DDBMs.
ECLA is an umbrella association for 22 national company lawyers' associations, representing 68,000 GC and company lawyers across Europe.
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Advised on an innovative three year H2020 research project for the European Commission, known as MyCorridor, in which a consortium consisting of Osborne Clarke (as sole legal adviser) and 16 other organisations, including software and technology firms, universities and EU-based transport authorities, developed and piloted an EU cross-border "Mobility as a Service" ("MaaS") mobile app.
Major Utilities Company
Supported the roll-out of smart metering and supported the Future Networks team on a number of network innovation projects where the collection, use and sharing of personal data is key to network efficiency, growth and expansion.
Advised on the data protection considerations relating to processing of health data (vaccination data) in respect of cabin crew, ground crew and passengers. This involved advising in respect of cross border data protection considerations and providing advice in conjunction with Osborne Clarke employment lawyers.
Smart cities project
Advised on a tech driven Smart City project in France to negotiate and provide a full service to the client including advice on IP, data regulation, data governance and commercial agreements.