The third in Osborne Clarke’s series of articles on the use and potential of data in real estate, has been published in leading property magazine Estates Gazette.
The latest article looks at many of the legal and practical considerations with regard to the regulation of data, data strategy, and data governance including contractual, privacy and IP issues.
This article has been written by head of urban dynamics Conrad Davies, IP and data protection partner Tamara Quinn, and digital transformation knowledge lawyer Catherine Hammon.
All Estates Gazette articles are behind its paywall so you will require a subscription to access them.
The series of articles, however, follows on from the report we co-authored with Nuveen Real Estate called The New Age of Data in Real Estate. This report can be downloaded on our website for free.
For more information on how Osborne Clarke can work with you on the digitalisation of your business, or how data can be used to help manage your real estate portfolio, please contact Head of Urban Dynamics Conrad Davies or IP and data partner Tamara Quinn.