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Olivier Proust 

Olivier Proust, CIPP/E, has been named partner in Fieldfisher’s Privacy, Security & Information practice. Proust has been working out of Fieldfisher’s Brussels office, and has been working with the firm since 2013 after working for years in the privacy practices of law firms around the world. “It is with great pleasure that we welcome Olivier to the partnership. His promotion is testament to the hard work and commitment he has put in over the past years. His range of skills and his expertise will enhance and strengthen the services of our Privacy team and enable us to expand our privacy offers to our clients across Europe," said Fieldfisher Head of Privacy Hazel Grant, CIPP/E.

Timothy J. Muris

Timothy J. Muris has joined Sidley Austin LLP as senior counsel in its Antitrust/Competition practice, the firm announced. Muris was previously chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, and has represented clients in privacy practice before the FTC, the European Commission, and the U.S. Department of Justice. Muris also serves as a George Mason University foundation professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School. “Tim is recognized as being among the best antitrust lawyers in the U.S. and we are delighted he chose to join Sidley,” said Managing Partner of Sidley’s Washington, D.C., office Mark Hopson. “He’s earned the respect of both the business and government communities for his vast knowledge of antitrust and consumer protection practices. Having Tim on our team puts us in an enviable position and adds to our already considerable capabilities in helping clients navigate these challenging issues.”

Sagi Leizerov

Sagi Leizerov, CIPP/US, has been named Chief Data Solutions Officer of Prifender, the company announced. Leizerov spent the last 16 years as EY’s Global Privacy Leader, serving Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies from different industries. “I have been part of the privacy field since its infancy. I started in 1998 and saw this field move from a compliance based approach to risk management, and most recently the ‘accountability-era’ of privacy. These different eras in our young professions were all marked with good intention, but very little capability in enforcing rules, demonstrating compliance and backing up any claims of accountability. I wholeheartedly believe that the solution that Prifender is offering is the future of the privacy profession, and I want to be at the forefront of this emerging paradigm shift in the privacy field,” said Leizerov.


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