is dual-qualified in England and Wales and Gibraltar. He specialises in e-commerce, payments, electronic money, e-gaming, privacy, employment and technology law. His clients benefit from his local market knowledge and his commercial experience of working in-house for an electronic money institution. He regularly advises clients on a broad range of matters, including commercial agreements, data protection, e-commerce issues, employment law and intellectual property rights. Before becoming a lawyer, David qualified as a UK pharmacist and worked in the UK healthcare sector for eight years.
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