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New technology head at McCann FitzGerald

09 May 2024 / technology Print

New technology head at McCann FitzGerald

McCann FitzGerald LLP has appointed Adam Finlay as head of its technology-and-innovation group with immediate effect.

He succeeds Paul Lavery, who had led the team since 2007 and will continue to practise as a partner in the group.

The law firm says that Finlay (small picture) will focus on the continued expansion of the group, in line with the pace of change in how businesses use technology.

‘Risk and potential’ of change

Finlay, a partner with McCann FitzGerald, advises on issues such as data protection, information technology, intellectual property, cyber-security, and outsourcing.

He is also a registered trademark agent, and acts as an advisor to clients on all aspects of data protection, e-privacy law, and compliance strategies.

Stephen Holst (managing partner, pictured) said that the technology practice had never been more relevant, as businesses grappled with the risk and potential that came with technological change.


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