Maria del Rosario Millé

Maria Del Rosario Millé is a partner at Estudio Millé in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and an invitee professor at several Argentinean law schools. She focuses her law practice on personal data protection, and privacy law, as well as business law, patent, copyrights and trademarks, and consumer rights.

She assists companies in drafting personal data privacy policies and addressing data security matters according to local regulations. She also  counsels companies in the preparation of registration with the enforcement authority as data controllers responsible for maintaining data banks, and attending to the annual renewals and updates. She provides advice and personal guidance to businesses in case of an investigation or an inspection.

Ms. Millé provides assistance to companies with respect to e-commerce. She drafts terms and conditions or policies, prepares the necessary documentation for registrations before administrative branches in Latin America, and drafts contracts with consumers, visitors, customers, vendors, and content providers.

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Maria Ostashenko

Maria Ostashenko is a Partner at Alrud Law Firm, where she heads the Commercial, Intellectual Property, and Data Protection and Cybersecurity practice areas. She represents foreign clients in matters involving data protection regulation in Russia, advises on obligations of operators related to data processing, including cross-border data transfers, structuring data flow between the members of international groups. She also advises Russian and foreign clients in areas including pharmaceuticals, healthcare, FMCG, banks and financial institutions, retail trade, telecommunications, media, and technology.

Ms. Ostashenko took part in working on the draft amendments to the Civil Code of the Russian Federation and presently conducts workshops on the Civil Code developments. She is a frequent speaker at major Russian and foreign conferences and workshops, and an author of numerous analytical articles published in legal periodicals. She is a member of the IBA, the INTA, the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), the International Distribution Institute (IDI), and the IAPP.

A graduate of the Moscow State University, Ms. Ostashenko was also awarded an LL.M. degree in private law by the Russian Private Law School by the President of the Russian Federation.

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Marissa Xiao Dong


Marissa Xiao Dong is a partner at Jun He Law Offices, based in Beijing (China). Ms. Dong mainly practices in M&A, foreign direct investment, telecommunication and Internet, and general corporate commercial practice. Ms. Dong has been involved in various large-scale transactions.

Ms. Dong advises companies on a broad range of private and public transactions and for both multinational companies and large Chinese state-owned companies. She has substantial experience in assisting clients in IT, telecommunication, and new technology industries. Ms. Dong is admitted to practice law in the People’s Republic of China. Her working languages are Mandarin and English.

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Márk Pécsvárady 

Márk Pécsvárady is a junior associate at Bogsch & Partners focusing on corporate law, employment law, data protection, and IP rights. Mr. Pécsvárady also holds an LL.M. degree from the University of Göttingen, where his primary interest was international private law and corporate law.

As a member of the ChinaCham Hungarian-Chinese Chamber of Economy, he is active in conducting international transactions between China and Hungary. Throughout his activities, he advises national and international clients on corporate, franchise, and privacy issues. Besides his native Hungarian, he is fluent in English, German, and Chinese.

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Martin Pesce Cutri

Martín Pesce Cutri leads the data privacy team in Ferrere, in Montevideo (Uruguay). He is also a member of the IP team. Mr. Cutri has advised the Uruguayan Government on processes for adjusting to the new regulatory framework on personal data protection and access to public information. He advises numerous multinational companies operating in Uruguay on defining their policies for managing personal data and information assets. He is also involved in IP negotiations and agreements. Recently, he was responsible for handling image rights assignment and sponsorship agreements involving well-known players on the Uruguayan national soccer team who participated in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and 2011 South American Championship.

Mr. Cutri frequently participates in academic events and speaks on personal data protection. He is the author of numerous specialized articles for national and international publications. Mr. Cutri received his degree as attorney in 2005 from the Universidad de la República (Uruguay).

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Max W. Mosing

Max Mosing

Max Mosing is a founding partner of the gold tier ranked IT/IP/Technology—“Rockstar Boutique” (WTR 1000) GEISTWERT® Rechtsanwälte Lawyers Avvocati in Vienna, Austria. GEISTWERT® was awarded inter alia “Data Protection Law—Law Firm of the Year 2018—Austria” by Finance Monthly.

Mr. Mosing is recommended by LEGAL500, Chambers, WTR 1000, Juve, and many more. He is a lecturer for data protection law at the Donau-University Krems, Austria.

Mr. Mosing is admitted to practice law in all courts in Austria (including Austrian Supreme Court) and public authorities (including the Austrian Trademark and Patent Office). He works in German and English.

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Michael Kraus

Michael Kraus is a partner at CMS Hasche Sigle. He advises companies on all aspects of IT and data protection law. He specializes in IT and outsourcing contracts and in this context primarily advises companies in the automotive and finance industry. Mr. Kraus’s practice also includes all IT law and data protection aspects of new technologies, such as automation (Industry 4.0), fintech, IoT, connected cars and big data and he advises his clients on new digital business models. In the context of M&A transactions, Mr. Kraus drafts and negotiates transitional services agreements. He also advises selected start-ups through the CMS equIP program.

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Muhammad Hadi Rehman

Muhammad Hadi Rehman is an Associate at Daudpota International where he focuses on mandates and transactions pertaining to the Middle East and South Asia. His practice covers contentious matters relating to Data Protection, litigation relating to Intellectual Property, Customs, and Debt Recovery.
Mr. Rehman has also advised clients as to Company formation and structuring, Shareholder Disputes, Trademark, and patent prosecution in the Middle East. Having completed his Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), Mr. Rehman is a UK educated barrister and is registered as an advocate in Pakistan.

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Nick Ilsø 

Nick Ilsø is a senior legal consultant at CO:PLAY Law Firm located in Copenhagen. Mr. Ilsø focuses his practice on company law and many aspects of IT, primarily security and privacy compliance, as well as data protection, IT law, and corporate law.

Mr. Ilsø holds an M.Sc. degree in Business Administration and Commercial law from Copenhagen Business School and a diploma in Practical Leadership—productivity, relations, quality, and management. He is fluent in Danish and English. Mr. Ilsø is a member of the Danish Association for Data Protection Law.

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Nikolaos Papadopoulos 

Nikolaos Papadopoulos is an associate with Ballas, Pelecanos & Associates, and a member of the IP, IT, & CT Group of the firm. He is also a member of the Company, Tax & Employment and the Consumer Rights practice groups of the law firm.

Mr. Papadopoulos graduated from Democritus University of Thrace Law School (LL.B.) and subsequently earned an Advanced Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) from Leiden Universiteit, Netherlands, in Law and Digital Technologies. He is qualified to practice before the Court of First Instance and was admitted to the Athens Bar Association in 2017.

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