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David Marchese

Department TMT Education (University) Oxford University

David Marchese

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David has extensive legal experience advising clients on intellectual property, information technology, data protection and commercial contracts.

David is the author of Business Licensing Agreements (Longman, 1995), the section on Supply of Goods and Services in Practical Commercial Precedents (Sweet & Maxwell and Westlaw) and several published articles including Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property (EIPR, 1999) and Warranties and Covenants in IP Licences (OUP, 2009).
Prior to joining the firm in 2014, David was a partner at a number of other leading City firms.

Matter highlights

  • Advising a wide range of companies and institutions on implementing the GDPR.

  • Advising a leading international company on its terms of business.

  • Advising a UK public authority on the contractual terms of its public procurement processes.

  • Advising a UK publishing company on its international distribution arrangements.

  • Advising on the terms of an international trade mark licence relating to a well known brand. 

  • Drafting terms and conditions and privacy policies for a wide range of internet websites and mobile apps.

My recent publications

News / Ince Gordon Dadds advises on Modus and BPCM merger

08-09-2017 /

IncenbspGordon Dadds has advised leading creative PR agency, Modus Publicity, on its merger with BPCM, the integrated brand agency to form ModusBPCM

Ince Gordon Dadds advises on Modus and BPCM merger

News / Brexit and the repatriation of EU laws

31-03-2017 /

The Government's White Paper Legislating for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union has confirmed the general approach that the proposed Great Repeal Bill will takenbspWhilst the UK will no longer be subject to the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (CJEU), EU laws existing at the time Brexit takes effect will in fact continue to apply, unless or until they are overturned by subsequent UK legislation

Brexit and the repatriation of EU laws

News / Taking client data with you when you change jobs

07-02-2017 /

The Information Commissioner’s Office has issued a salutary reminder of what the consequences can be of taking client contact data with you when you change jobs.

Taking client data with you when you change jobs

News / Unfair Consumer Terms

09-11-2016 /

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), which is responsible for upholding consumer law as well as competition law, has just published research suggesting that the majority of UK businesses do not fully understand the rules on unfair terms in consumer contracts, and that this directly affects how they treat their customers.

Unfair Consumer Terms

News / Data Protection – the EU-US “Privacy Shield” is here – for now!

18-07-2016 /

In February we commented on the agreement reached between the EU and US authorities on a new framework for transatlantic data flows, called the “EU-US Privacy Shield”. This would allow the transfer of personal data from EU countries to the USA, where other legal justifications for this are not available.

Data Protection – the EU-US “Privacy Shield” is here – for now!

News / Data Protection – Update on the US “Safe Harbor” scheme

09-02-2016 /

Last October we reported on the demise of the EU-US “Safe Harbor” scheme, as a result of the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the case of Maximilian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland. The ECJ held that the “Safe Harbor”, which has been used by many EU and US businesses to justify transatlantic transfers of personal data since 2000, was invalid because the US public authorities were not bound by the scheme, and this compromised the fundamental human right of EU citizens to respect for their private lives.

Data Protection – Update on the US “Safe Harbor” scheme