Mark TaylorPartner at Osborne Clarke LLP
Mark has extensive experience in technology and payments matters.
He regularly advises technology and financial services clients on all aspects of the development, implementation and exploitation of IT, telecoms and novel technologies, and has particular expertise in relation to digital payments, data protection, security matters and intellectual property issues.
Mark is a Trustee of the Society for Computers & Law, and wrote two chapters on technology and security issues for the book E-Finance: Law & Practice. He is recommended for Technology and Outsourcing work in Chambers directories ("expert in his field", "provides pragmatic advice").
Before becoming a lawyer, Mark worked for IBM writing and developing software. He subsequently trained and qualified at Lovells (now Hogan Lovells) and was a partner there from 2008 until 2015.