Fintech Data Contracts

Fintech Data Contracts

Data is a valuable resource, and is beset by the complexity of being governed by a number of different areas of law. Chris attempts to answer the essential question of “what can I do with the data?” by explaining how a contract can be used to determine the legal default positions.
Overview

In order to answer the essential question of “what can I do with the data?”, you need to understand the position under each area of law individually, this includes IP, privacy and data protection, regulation and confidentiality. Moving forward to put together a contract that takes you away from the default legal position and builds the rules to get you to the set of powers you need.

Key learning objectives:

  • How can we determine what the default position is?

  • What is a “new” data set, and how can it be managed?

  • What other issues need to be thought through before drafting a contract?

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Chris Hill

Chris Hill

Chris is a commercial technology partner and Head of Fintech at Kemp Little, a specialist technology focused law firm based in London. Chris helps clients negotiate contracts relating to tech-based services, often in the area of fintech.

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