Phillip Lee, CIPP/E, CIPM, FIP

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Fieldfisher

Partner, Privacy, Security and Information

Phil Lee is a Partner in the Privacy and Information Law Group at Fieldfisher, and runs its US Office in Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley. He holds CIPP(E) and CIPM status, and sits on the IAPP's Education Advisory Board.



Phil has particular specialisms in behavioural profiling and cookie regulation, e-marketing, and international data transfer strategies (including binding corporate rules). He has worked on numerous multi-jurisdictional data privacy projects across more than 80 countries. In addition to privacy and information law, Phil regularly advises on a wide variety of technology, social media, and e-commerce projects. Who's Who Legal has said that Phil "ranks among the finest practitioners" on data privacy and online regulation.



Phil holds an MA in Computer Science from Cambridge University and a postgraduate diploma in Intellectual Property from Bristol University. He is a frequent contributor to Fieldfisher's Privacy and Information Law blog (http://privacylawblog.fieldfisher.com) and is also a contributing author to the IAPP's "European Privacy: Law and Practice for Data Protection Professionals" and Wolter Kluwers' "Global Privacy & Security Laws".

 

Contributions by Phillip Lee

  • A Post-Brexit Perspective: Managing Personal Data Breaches
    Speaker at IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2020 - Cancelled
  • Understanding Adtech: The Technology, The Law, The Commercials… and the Jargon!
    Speaker at IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2020 - Cancelled
  • Web Conference: Privacy Engineering Live — Is Encrypted Data Personal Under the GDPR?
  • GDPR, e-Privacy and Adtech: 50 Million Reasons to Pay Close Attention to Cookies
    Speaker at IAPP Data Protection Intensive: UK 2019
  • The Latest on Personal Data Privacy in EMEA - Brexit & Privacy
    Speaker at Dublin KnowledgeNet: 28 January 2019
  • Keep Calm and Cookie On? The Future of Targeting Under GDPR and ePrivacy Law
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress 2018
  • Out: GDPR; In: CaCPA; Compare and Contrast
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
  • Tracking and Profiling in 2017, 2018 and Beyond: EU, USA and Asia
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2017
  • Workshop on Privacy Statement Creation
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2017
  • Making GDPR Work for You—Putting the Theory into Practice
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2017
  • Workshop on Privacy Statement Creation
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2017
  • Data Protection Impact Assessments, or Learning to Love Connected Casualwear
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2017
  • The Future of EU Cookie Compliance: The New ePrivacy Reform and GDPR
    Speaker at IAPP Europe Data Protection Intensive 2017
  • Anatomy of a Privacy Statement
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016
  • Tips for U.S. Companies in the Age of the GDPR and Privacy Shield
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2016
  • Everything You Need to Know About the GDPR in Under 60 Minutes
    Speaker at Portland KnowledgeNet: May 17, 2016
  • What You Need to Know About the EU General Data Protection Regulation in Under 60 Minutes!
    Speaker at San Francisco Bay Area KnowledgeNet: January 27, 2016
  • De-identification around the World
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015
  • European Regulation: Assessing the Impact and Preparing for Change
    Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015
  • Putting Privacy into Action: Is Theory Ever the Same as Practice?
    Speaker at San Francisco Bay Area KnowledgeNet: August 25, 2015
  • What a 21st Century Privacy Law Could—and Should—Achieve
    Privacy Perspectives
  • Information Pollution and the Internet of Things
    Privacy Perspectives
  • Why I Became A Privacy Professional—And What Privacy Means
    Privacy Perspectives
  • A Brave New World Demands Brave New Thinking
    Privacy Perspectives
  • If Google Cares About Cookie Consent, So Should You
    Privacy Perspectives
  • Privacy’s greatest threat and how to overcome it
    The Privacy Advisor
  • UK—Court challenges IP address identification
    The Privacy Advisor
  • UK—ICO Warns of confusion over new CCTV Commissioner
    The Privacy Advisor
  • UK—First BCR authorization of 2011
    The Privacy Advisor