The publisher behind Global Arbitration Review (GAR) and Getting the Deal Through (GTDT), among other leading brands, has launched a new publication focusing on the legal aspect of the use and trade of data around the world.

Global Data Review, the latest publication from Law Business Research, anchors a rapidly-developing field of law with one information source and community touchpoints, with coverage from across the spectrum of data protection, cybersecurity, IP, IT and TMT.

Clare Bolton – publisher at Law Business Research – said:

“Lawyers that work in the digital economy need to be both agile, able to jump from one topic to another, and current up to date with the latest trends as well as having a rock-solid understanding of the fast-moving set of laws, regulations and cases which affect this emerging area of practice. Global Data Review underpins those two requirements, curating the noise to bring you all the developments you need to know in one place.”

Global Data Review – which is free to view until 10 October – brings high-level news, a strong community focus and sophisticated research to a growing group of practitioners, giving them the information source and community anchor they need as their practice rapidly develops.

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