"They are approachable and very user-friendly, while maintaining the highest levels of professionalism. They also clearly care about the development and success of their clients."
—Chambers & Partners, 2020
With ever-changing markets and regulatory frameworks, it’s challenging for any organization to remain fully compliant in the digital world. Whether your whole business is online, or just a small part of it, there is an increasingly broad range of international laws and regulations that can affect your operations. And the scope of digital regulation continues to grow and evolve. By definition, digital business crosses borders, so you need to be aware of the regulatory compliance risk in multiple countries.
We help our clients to anticipate, understand, and address the digital compliance challenge for their businesses. We also help clients assess the digital compliance of a potential M&A target, or a new partner, and their alignment with legal requirements and market practices. And we help clients to anticipate legal and regulatory risk, and respond to potential action by regulators arising from their digital operations.
Over decades, our European team has invested significant resources in developing the right kind of digital expertise in a range of industry sectors, including information technology, consumer products & services, retail, e-/m-commerce, automotive, financial services, media, telecoms, life sciences, digital health, digital farming, and gaming.
Our European Digital Regulatory Compliance team works closely with our highly respected Global Privacy and Data Security Practice Group on issues affecting the use of personal data and data security compliance.
Our European Digital Regulatory Compliance team has a long track record and deep expertise in helping clients to navigate their digital regulatory challenges across borders. The key to addressing digital regulatory compliance in Europe is not only to focus on any applicable EU rules but also to understand the impact of local EU member state variances—and, of course, to assess how Brexit might create regulatory non-alignment between the UK and the EU. With experts on the ground in Europe who understand these differences, we deliver commercial and legal solutions to digital compliance challenges on a daily basis.