Bartolomé Martín is a partner in the Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice. Bartolomé’s practice sits squarely at the intersection of data protection and cybersecurity, consumer protection, e-commerce, and intellectual property and technology (IP&T). His deep knowledge of the multiple facets of digital transformation makes him a sought-after counsellor to business and legal teams seeking solutions with acceptable risk. Bartolomé’s thinking and approach are informed by his experience in a broad array of client engagements and the position he held as head of the IP&T practice at a multinational professional services network in Spain prior to joining the firm.
Data Privacy and Cybersecurity
In the data privacy space, Bartolomé helps clients confidently navigate the design and implementation of GDPR readiness, international data transfer agreements, cross-border data protection systems, audits, privacy impact assessments and e-privacy. He has extensive experience in NIS implementation and providing companies with tools to be legally cyber resilient.
Industry-leading companies turn to Bartolomé for day-to-day advice on legal and regulatory issues impacting their B2C relationships (consumer rights, contracting with consumers, guarantee and legal service, autonomous regions regulations and digital content), as well as issues surrounding e-commerce and behavioural advertising, including commercial communications, intermediation service providers, search engines and AdWords.
Intellectual Property and Technology
In his IP&T practice, Bartolomé handles leading-edge deals for pharma, financial, technology, cybersecurity, energy and retail clients and structures and negotiates a wide variety of agreements, including outsourcing and distribution agreements (including agencies and franchises) and all types of commercial law and IP matters (trademarks, copyrights, software and licensing agreements), as well as international trade (import/export) and online gambling.