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Praetor Legal becomes fully-fledged law firm

Posted 4 July 2018 · Add Comment

Praetor Legal is delighted to announce that, with effect from 2 July, it has moved from being a consultancy company to a fully-fledged law firm authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.



Praetor Legal is a partnership between Moira Andrews and Jason Betteley, two senior legal professionals who, between them, have over 30 years’ experience as legal advisers to the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Ministry of Defence, and Crown Prosecution Service, as well as working with overseas governments, the UN and other international organisations.

As consultants, company directors, corporate lawyers and in-house counsel, the partners have brought their expertise to numerous private sector organisations, as well as guiding trade organisations and not-for-profits, as trustees and board members.

Praetor offers a unique and extensive range of strategic and technical expertise, including:

* GDPR, data protection more generally and information security

* Managing the data protection issues around open source research

* Mass data collection and processing

* Managing data issues associated with AI and autonomous systems

* Creation of lawful intercept policies and processes for communications providers

* Advice on cyber security issues such as the use of technical solutions that monitor and counter insider threats

* Collaborating with in-house technical development teams to deliver legally compliant solutions

* Developing tailor-made policies which enable business delivery by effectively managing the legal issues that flow from strategic business risks

* Devising and implementing bespoke governance, risk management and compliance regimes tailored to legal, social, political and cultural environments

 

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