is an Attorney at Law and an associate in the Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Competition Team. He pursued a further education degree (LLM) at the University of California at Berkeley where he specialised in the intersection of law and technology before gaining additional professional experience within a leading Silicon Valley law firm. Hugh Reeves’ preferred areas of practice include technology transfers, information technology law, data protection, as well as copyright, patent, trade mark and trade secret law. He is registered with the Vaud Bar Registry and admitted to practise throughout Switzerland. Hugh has contributed to many publications relating to data protection law.
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