Peter Craddock is a legal technologist, combining legal practice with software development to assist him in his work. He has extensive experience with complex projects in the fields of data protection, e-commerce, software contracting and procurement and the outsourcing of IT services.

Peter advises both SMEs and global players on a wide range of privacy and data protection matters. In addition to general data protection matters (privacy audits, video surveillance, employee monitoring, etc.), Peter has vast experience in complex data transfer issues, covering both intra-group transfers and external transfers and has assisted clients with structuring data flows so as to reconcile business, technical and regulatory requirements. He also regularly works on matters dealing with new technologies and new ways of using data, such as cloud computing, cookies, data mining, profiling, e-reputation and big data.

He also assists clients at all stages of the lifecycle of any IT-related contract, from drafting and negotiation to implementation, and has represented numerous clients in settlement discussions as well as litigation in both judicial proceedings and arbitration proceedings.

Finally, he has a wide-ranging experience in assisting clients with intellectual property advice, contracts and litigation, with a particular focus on copyright, trade marks and (un)fair trade practices.