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Joshua Gray is a commercial, privacy and technology lawyer and is resident in our London office.

Mr. Gray’s practice includes structuring and negotiating bespoke technology projects, privacy and GDPR, product counselling for services involving the use of new (and often data-driven) technologies, software development, outsourcing, and other business critical commercial transactions. Mr. Gray has a focus on digital health, Internet enabled business models, and the content, gaming, media, telecommunications, and travel sectors.

  • Healthcare technology company Sensyne Health on:
    • data protection matters in connection with its £60 million IPO on London’s AIM market; and
    • strategic research and data processing agreements with the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and the South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust.
  • GDPR compliance projects for leading online publishers, financial institutions, life science companies, and media/sporting organizations.
  • A major pharma company on a collaboration with the NHS and a major artificial intelligence company.
  • A leading cloud provider in formulating and developing its major customer data agreements, and associated negotiating strategy.
  • Numerous airlines on the procurement of business critical IT services (passenger service systems).
  • A telecommunications operator on a novel operating system licensing arrangement to establish an independent operating system and associated app ecosystem.
  • A media organization on a strategic review of its data practices to enable greater commercialization of data assets as part of a broader strategic reorganization of its business.