Pinsents hacks Olswang for data protection head

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  • "Salmon said Pinsents’ data protection team, which handles issues relating to the Freedom of Information Act 2000, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 and human rights cases, currently houses around 10 lawyers, with Dautlich the only partner."

    With Dautlich the only partner, has Rosemary Jay left now?

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  • Rosemary Jay left some time ago. One of a number of high profile senior partners that have left or are planning to leave Pinsent Masons.

    With profits down 10% last year, no international strategy and a shiny new office to pay for, who would want to be an equity partner at Pinsent Masons ?

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  • Hunton & Williams, I see for Rosemary in another Lawyer article published just after the one above. No disrespect to Marc Dautlich but Rosemary's departure is a big blow for the data protection offering at Pinsent Masons, as she is one of the leading lawyers in her field and a great recruit for Hunton & Williams.

    Would be interesting to know of the 10 lawyers stated to be in the PM data protection team how many actually are dedicated to that sector of the law exclusively.

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  • give Marc 12 months and and law firms will be falling over themselves to hire him!

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  • Nearly twelve months up.

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