Intellectual property barrister Mark Engelman. GDPR. Connections.



Businesses are obligated to be aware of current General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), which dictate the way in which businesses use and store data. This law, passed by the EU in 2018, includes a number of additional rights for employees and customers, and penalties for failing to align with these regulations can be considerable.

Professor Engelman has worked closely with data protection for many years and can therefore provide expert legal advice on what GDPR means for your business, review your GDPR compliance strategy and data protection policy, advise on contracts between data controllers and processors, and offer guidance on HR matters linked to GDPR. Again, his recent appearance in Sube v Newsgroup demonstrates the relevance of GDPR to the role of newspaper reporting. 




About Professor Master Mark Engelman BSc (Pharmacol) Dip. Law Barrister

Having begun in research pharmacology, Professor Engelman has worked as an intellectual property barrister since 1989, initially in-house and later at the Bar covering both contentious and non-contentious work in all areas of intellectual property and defamation law. He is a widely trusted intellectual property counsel and has developed an outstanding track record at both UK and European level.

Contact Intellectual Property Barrister - Mark Engelman

For professional legal counsel on intellectual property or defamation, contact Professor Mark Engelman.

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