Tag Archives: data

Data and privacy compliance in an era of transition for the internet


The general rule for in-house counsel is that as regulation becomes more complicated and pervasive, compliance too becomes more complex. It’s a relatively easy-to-understand rule of thumb of course, but it is one that is constantly bought into focus as international organizations increase anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and other compliance requirements. Now, though, privacy could well become the biggest compliance issue, ... Read More »

GCRC Startups and Innovation – Daniel Lewis, Ravel Law

Daniel Lewis

Ravel takes legal information, which is complex, growing and evolving, and makes it more insightful by adding new perspective with search visualizations, data-driven analytics, and competitive intelligence. We’re dealing primarily with US case law and providing new ways to interact with this information to identify things that would otherwise be lost in a wave of information overload. Read More »

GCRC Sports Panel – Using Data as an Asset

GCRC Panel (5 of 6)

GCRC Sports is the part of the GC Research Club that allows in-house lawyers from the sports sector to meet and discuss, at our panel events or online, the things that matter to them. In the fifth of a series of articles based on the discussions held at the second GCRC Sports Panel in January, we will be looking into ... Read More »