Natalia Gulyaeva

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Hogan Lovells

Partner, Head of Data Privacy Group

Natalia Gulyaeva is a Russian and English qualified lawyer being recognized as a leading Russian TMT practitioner. Natalia heads Moscow Data Protection/ Privacy since 2006. She advises clients on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious data protection and privacy work including strategic counseling, compliance audits, dispute resolution and transactional work.
According to the leading legal directories including Chambers guides, Natalia is praised by the peers and clients for "her business sense and clear management style" and is defined as a "creative, flexible and able to guide clients through the specifics of the Russian market" lawyer and "tough and focused attorney".

Natalia is widely published and is a regular speaker at high profile conferences. She is a co-author of the Russian Chapter of Domain Name Handbook: Law and Practice, 2nd Edition by Oxford University Press; as well as a co-author of the Russian section of ICLG Telecoms, Media and Internet Laws and Regulations 2014 and 2015.

In 2015 she co-authored a series of articles on Russian Data Localization Law and gave a chain of webinars in cooperation with Hogan Lovells Washington DC colleagues to brief clients and contacts on the Russian legislative changes in the data privacy field.

Natalia is the winner of 2015 "Client Choice Award" as well as the winner of Euromoney's "European Women in Business Law" Award 2015.

 

Contributions by Natalia Gulyaeva

  • Website Blocking by the Russian DPA
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2018
  • Why Russia blocked four messengers
    The Privacy Advisor
  • What the Hack Is Going on Around Here?
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2017
  • Survey of Data Localisation Laws: Overview and Solutions for Global Compliance
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2016
  • Survey of Data Localisation Laws: Overview and Solutions for Global Compliance
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2015
  • Does Location Matter? Solutions for Data Localization Hurdles, Including Russia
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015