Ashley Webber is an associate in the Privacy and Cyber Security practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s London office.
Ms. Webber assists clients in managing global privacy compliance projects, identifying and evaluating information security risks, and assists clients in handling data breach responses. Her experience includes advising on the use of data, international data transfers, and marketing issues together with the drafting of privacy notices, policies, standards, and processes. In addition to this, Ms. Webber advises clients on the privacy and cyber security provisions of commercial and technology-related contracts whilst also assisting them with the privacy and cyber security issues in corporate transactions.
Ms. Webber also has experience in advising on wider commercial contracts, including technology contracts, and in doing so routinely advises on a range of commercial and IT/IP issues, including supply, distribution, licensing and outsourcing arrangements, and consumer rights.
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