The 21st century is bringing radical changes to the way we view employment. This month, Download covers key issues including the decline of conventional employment, and trends and issues with new models of work such as crowdsourcing and Uber. For more on this, see our full report 'Modern Work' which contains additional sections, also written from the perspective of different employment professionals from a selection of Taylor Wessing and ASEAN+ offices, and supported by accessible data, relevant case law and legislation summaries.
2015 has been a year in which disruptive technologies have continued to challenge the legal framework they have to operate in. We have seen some progress from the European Commission with its ambitious Digital Single Market Strategy, intended to remove barriers to pan-European trade in digital goods and services. It is in 2016, however, that we are likely to see the first tangible results of this programme with sweeping reforms expected across data protection, cybersecurity and copyright to name but a few. Whether those reforms will match the challenges of emerging or continuing trends remains to be seen but Download looks at what to expect over the next year.
24 February 2016
Taylor Wessing's Annual Data Privacy Conference The full day event will be split into two main themes. The morning will focus on the GDPR, Data Exports and emerging technology privacy challenges. The afternoon will focus on Data and Cyber Breaches. Find out more
Graham is a partner in the Technology team. Graham previously worked in the software industry and was head of legal at a mobile Internet business.
Mark is partner in our Trade Mark, Copyright and Media Group, and is a leading specialist in intellectual property and information law.