Rayhaan advises on cross-border labor and employment matters, as well as privacy and data security issues. He has advised clients in a number of sectors, including IT and telecommunications; agricultural technology; hospitality; food and drink; and finance.

Rayhaan has worked on various privacy and data security matters, including privacy policies and notices; direct marketing; investigations carried out by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office; General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance; and the implications of Brexit.

In the field of labor and employment, he has assisted clients with settlement agreements, restrictive covenants, and subject access requests.

Rayhaan has co-authored a number of articles and legal updates in the arenas of technology, communications, and data privacy, and maintains an interest in keeping up to date with key legal developments.

Rayhaan studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science, obtaining an LL.B. (Hons.) in 2014, and subsequently secured an LL.M. in International Law from the University of Cambridge in 2016, undertaking courses in international intellectual property and law and information.

Prior to his time at Morrison & Foerster, he worked in-house in the data protection team at GE Capital, working on GE Capital’s European team in London.

Rayhaan plays an active part in Morrison & Foerster’s pro bono practice, and has assisted a number of different clients, including charities, community benefit societies, and entrepreneurs.

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