Mark is a lawyer with extensive experience in technology and data protection matters.
He has particular expertise advising clients in the financial services and tech, media and comms sectors, and regularly advises clients on:
- IT development, implementation and exploitation arrangements
- a broad range of data protection matters, including GDPR compliance
- outsourcing arrangements of all shapes and sizes.
Mark also advises clients on FinTech matters, digital payments, blockchain, cybersecurity, interception of communications, encryption and electronic signatures.
Mark is a Fellow (and recent Trustee) of the Society for Computers and Law, and is the Technology section editor of Computers and Telecommunications Law Review.
He is recommended for Technology and Outsourcing work in Chambers and other legal directories (“extremely knowledgeable and commercial”), and his team has previously won the National Outsourcing Association’s Outsourcing Advisor of the Year award.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mark worked for IBM writing and developing software. He joined Osborne Clarke in 2015, having previously been a partner at Hogan Lovells.