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Gemma Nash
Associate
London +44 20 7067 2316 gnash@cov.com Download V-card

Gemma Nash is an associate in the technology and media practice group, having joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2016.

Ms. Nash advises emerging and leading companies on data protection and intellectual property issues, including cybersecurity, copyright, trademarks, and e-commerce. She has experience advising companies in the technology, pharmaceutical, and media sectors. Her practice encompasses regulatory compliance and advisory work. Ms. Nash regularly provides strategic advice to global companies on complying with data protection laws in Europe and the UK.

  • Advising various leading companies in both the technology and life sciences industries on privacy, data protection and cybersecurity matters, often on a multi-territory basis.
  • Tracking and advising on law reforms, including in relation to the proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation, consumer rights legislation, the European Commission’s Digital Single Market Strategy proposals, emerging technologies such as AI and Blockchain, and other technology-related legal and policy initiatives.
  • Working with clients to respond to investigations by national privacy, competition, and consumer protection regulators.

Pro Bono

  • Advising a number of UK charities, on issues of data protection and marketing, including ensuring compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.