Laur Badin

Laur Badin

Associate, Madrid

Email laur.badin@hoganlovells.com

Phone +34 91 349 8200

Fax +34 91 349 82 01

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, Romanian

Practice groupIntellectual Property

If you are representing a multinational corporation seeking clear-cut advice and well-rounded insight regarding the regulatory and procedural data protection aspects of your business operations in Spain, or with a Spanish component, Laur can help you flag potential risks and implement adequate solutions. He has a wealth of experience in the negotiation and localization of multijurisdictional data processing agreements, and he is particularly knowledgeable when liaising with the Spanish data protection authority with regards to cross-border data transfers and Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs) authorization procedures.

Laur mainly focuses his practice on privacy, cybersecurity, commercial IP and IT law related matters. Some of his complementary areas of interest include e-commerce, copyright and software licensing, media and telecoms regulations as well as mobile payment systems, cloud solutions, social media and online marketing.His preferred Pro Bono projects involve privacy-by-design for tech start-ups. Before joining Hogan Lovells in 2013, Laur interned at the Research and Marketing department of the Spanish Association of Privacy Professionals (APEP).

Education and admissions

Education

Degree in Law, Universitat de Valencia, 2011

Memberships

Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid - Madrid Bar Association (ICAM)

Asociación Profesional Española de Privacidad (APEP)

Bar admissions and qualifications

Madrid

Related Knowledge

Cybersecurity

Representative experience

Advised several multinational companies on implementing standard contractual clauses and BCRs, and obtaining authorization by the local DPA.

Advised a global asset management and investment group on the fulfilment of data protection requirements in the provision of its services in Spain.

Advised a multinational industrial corporation on the alignment of its data processing practices with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

Advised one of the largest fashion retailers in the context of a multi-jurisdictional e-commerce review project.

Advised a global financial entity on data protection and bank secrecy issues regarding the potential use and sharing of personal data.

Advised a multinational telecoms provider on the insourcing/outsourcing of IT services including negotiation of SaaS and data processing agreements.

Advised several companies on the response, notification and management procedures following the detection of a security breach.

Advising local and international entities on drafting and negotiating cross-border IT license agreements.

Assisting local and international companies in connection with M&A transactions and related data protection and IPMT due diligence.

Latest thinking and events

Hogan Lovells Publications

IPMT Newsletter - Summer 2014

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