Lindsay advises on all issues related to technology, with a particular focus on data protection law (including advice on compliance steps and the drafting of privacy policies), commercial and IT contracts, consumer protection law, e-commerce law (and issues such as electronic signatures and electronic archiving) as well as certain regulatory issues (notably IT outsourcing in the financial sector).
Lindsay also specializes in intellectual property law and assists clients in relation to trademarks and copyrights (including copyrights protecting software).
Prior to joining PwC Legal in 2017, Lindsay gained three years of experience in an international law firm in Luxembourg. In 2016, he was seconded to a major Luxembourg bank where he addressed regulatory, contractual and data protection issues that arose in the context of an IT outsourcing project.
Avocat, Luxembourg Bar 2016
Master 2, European and International Intellectual Property Law, University of Strasbourg (CEIPI), 2013
Master 1, Private Law, University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), 2012
Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Law with French Law, University College London (UCL), 2010