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Nina O'Sullivan
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Nina O'Sullivan

Nina O'Sullivan is a Legal Directors and a Professional Support Lawyer in the Intellectual Property Group.She has almost 20 years' experience of intellectual property (IP) litigation and protection and related fields, and has a particular interest in the life sciences, TMT and retail & luxury sectors. As the Group's Professional Support Lawyer, Nina provides the team and its clients with up to the minute information, guidance and training on developments in IP law and practice, and the implications for their business.To find out more about Nina, please click here.

Recent posts by Nina O'Sullivan

Further guidance on data transfers in the event of a no-deal Brexit

Following guidance issued by issued by DCMS and the ICO at the end of last year (discussed in our bulletin), the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has published its own information notice on data transfers from the EEA to the UK post-Brexit in the event of a no-deal.  The notice confirms that, after 29 March 2019, if the [...]

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Data - 5 months ago

Brexit: the EU data protection package

The House of Lords EU Home Affairs sub-committee has issued a detailed report reviewing the implications of Brexit for the EU data protection package (comprising the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Policy and Criminal Justice Directive, the EU-US Privacy Shield and the EU-US Umbrella Agreement).  Whilst the Government has said that it wants to [...]

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Data, Technology - 2 years ago

Crackdown on ‘fully-loaded’ media players

As an advertising message, “Want to watch free films, series, sport without having to pay? Who doesn’t?!” was clearly too good to be true. In the UK, sales of media players incorporating pre-installed add-ons linking to websites giving access to unauthorised content have attracted the attention of criminal prosecution authorities in recent months, with a [...]

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Intellectual Property - 2 years ago

Digital Economy Act 2017: Key IP Provisions

The Digital Economy Act 2017 received Royal Assent in the wash-up period before the dissolution of Parliament, and has finally been published. The Act contains a number of interesting provisions relating to IP. Dates for these provisions to take effect have now been confirmed. Maximum sentence for copyright offence of communicating copyright works to the public will [...]

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Intellectual Property, Technology - 2 years ago