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Daniel Gallagher

Senior Associate

Contact
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English

Daniel Gallagher is a senior associate in the London office of the Technology and Media practice.  He advises clients on complex technology and intellectual property transactions and has been named a “Rising Star” for Fintech by Legal 500 2023.

Daniel is experienced advising on technology and business process outsourcing arrangements; cloud services such as IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS; digital transformation projects; data licensing and commercialisation; software licensing, development and collaboration agreements; and other technology and IP related matters. His experience also includes matters involving emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA). He has represented clients on Fintech, Insurtech and Proptech transactions.  

Daniel also advises clients on how to comply with data protection law, including global data transfers, processing data in complex technology arrangements, and the appropriate security and privacy measures to protect data, including in arrangements with third parties.

Daniel has been recommended by Legal 500 for Commercial Contracts in 2018 and 2019 and for Fintech in 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023. He has spent a year on secondment to the technology and IP legal team of a global financial institution.

Daniel has a particular interest in the intellectual property and data issues arising from emerging technologies.

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"Daniel Gallagher is recommended for IP transactions.”

Legal 500, 2022

"A 'Rising Star' for Fintech."

Legal 500, 2022

Relevant experience

  • Global financial institution on its collaboration and development agreement with a leading operations management and analytics company to develop a KYC software platform that uses robotic process automation and machine-learning technology to speed up compliance checks on clients.
  • Cryptocurrency custody firm on its strategic technology licensing and software arrangements.
  • Insurtech company on its agreement with a UK life insurance company to launch a pioneering insurance product that uses advanced robotic-underwriting and algorithmic pricing to reduce the risk of providing cover for type 1 and 2 diabetics in the UK.
  • Global, systemically important financial institutions on their multi-jurisdictional outsourcing to leading cloud service providers.
  • FTSE 100 client on the consolidation of its multi-vendor outsourced application maintenance and application development services.
  • FTSE 100 clients on the negotiation and sale of IPv4 addresses to global technology providers.
  • Facilities management provider on its connected workspace (Internet-of-Things) services, including relating to the use of big data collected from sensors installed within buildings.
  • Global credit rating agency on its data licensing and other intellectual property arrangements relating to a commercial collaboration.
  • Financial services institutions on outsourcing of business change management services, hardware supply and support services, IT and other facilities management services.
  • Managed cybersecurity services provider with its services agreements, reseller agreements and end-user software licences.
  • Advising organisations in compliance with data protection laws and cyber security; cross-border data transfer arrangements, including Binding Corporate Rules (BCRs); data and cyber security issues in complex technology transactions; processing big data and processing data using artificial intelligence; data governance and protection policies and fair processing notices; responding to requests for disclosure of data (including from data subjects or in connection with regulatory investigations or litigation).
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Education

  • 2014 – Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Oxford, Oxford
  • 2004 – M.Phil, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford
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25/03/2021
FinTech Bytes
Wel­come to the TMT pod­cast series, 'FinTech Bytes'. FinTech Bytes by CMS is a pod­cast which gives listen­ers a ‘bite-sized’ over­view of top­ics af­fect­ing the FinTech mar­ket and provides in­sights in­to...
16/07/2020
Ex­it­ing the Brexit trans­ition peri­od: The FCA provides up­date on im­pact...
Last week, the Fin­an­cial Con­duct Au­thor­ity (“FCA”) pub­lished an up­date to its webpage out­lining factors for UK firms to con­sider fol­low­ing the end of the Brexit trans­ition peri­od on 31 Decem­ber 2020...
29/05/2020
Ex­plain­ing AI de­cisions: The UK ICO pub­lishes new guid­ance
On 20 May 2020, the In­form­a­tion Com­mis­sion­er’s Of­fice (“ICO”) pub­lished new guid­ance, Ex­plain­ing de­cisions made with AI.  This fol­lows the draft guid­ance pub­lished in Decem­ber 2019 and the sub­sequent...
07/05/2020
Cy­ber re­si­li­ence: The Fin­an­cial Sta­bil­ity Board con­sults on a new cy­ber...
The Fin­an­cial Sta­bil­ity Board (“FSB”) has pub­lished a con­sulta­tion re­port on Ef­fect­ive prac­tices for cy­ber in­cid­ent re­sponse and re­cov­ery, which is a toolkit of 46 ef­fect­ive prac­tices that or­gan­isa­tions...
03/04/2020
COV­ID-19 – Com­mer­cial Con­tracts and Coun­ter­party Fin­an­cial Dis­tress
These are un­pre­ced­en­ted times of un­cer­tainty. The out­break and con­tinu­ing rap­id world­wide spread of the nov­el coronavir­us (and the as­so­ci­ated Cov­id-19 dis­ease) (“Coronavir­us”) is hav­ing a con­sid­er­able...
04/03/2020
Coronavir­us – key con­sid­er­a­tions for out­sourcing agree­ments, goods and...
The out­break and spread of Cov­id-19 (“Coronavir­us”) has already had a con­sid­er­able glob­al im­pact. Ac­cord­ing to the World Health Or­gan­isa­tion’s latest situ­ation re­port, over 90,000 cases have been...
02/03/2020
UK Reg­u­lat­ors con­tin­ue to scru­tin­ise AI: The FCA and the ICO an­nounce new...
The FCA and the ICO an­nounced new AI-re­lated ini­ti­at­ives on 19 Feb­ru­ary 2020. The FCA an­nounced a year-long col­lab­or­a­tion with The Alan Tur­ing In­sti­tute that will fo­cus on AI trans­par­ency in the con­text...
24/02/2020
In­sur­ance cloud out­sourcing: EIOPA pub­lishes new Guidelines 
EIOPA has pub­lished the fi­nal text of its Guidelines on out­sourcing to cloud ser­vice pro­viders (the “Guidelines”), fol­low­ing last year’s con­sulta­tion. The Guidelines provide guid­ance to in­surers...
20/02/2020
Reg­u­lat­ors con­tin­ue to scru­tin­ise AI: The FCA, the ICO and the European...
The FCA, the ICO and the European Com­mis­sion all an­nounced new AI-re­lated ini­ti­at­ives yes­ter­day, 19 Feb­ru­ary 2020.  The FCA an­nounced a year-long col­lab­or­a­tion with The Alan Tur­ing In­sti­tute that...
17/02/2020
EBA pub­lishes new FinTech Re­port on big data and ad­vanced ana­lyt­ics
The European Bank­ing Au­thor­ity has pub­lished a new Re­port on big data and ad­vanced ana­lyt­ics. The Re­port fol­lows the EBA’s FinTech Roadmap for 2018/2019, in which the EBA set out its in­ten­tion to identi­fy...
23/12/2019
A new EU op­er­a­tion­al re­si­li­ence frame­work for cy­ber se­cur­ity?
Our re­cent Law-Now art­icle dis­cussed the FCA, PRA and Bank of Eng­land con­sulta­tions on im­prov­ing fin­an­cial sta­bil­ity in the UK mar­kets through op­er­a­tion­al re­si­li­ence. Con­tinu­ing this theme, but now from...
16/12/2019
Reg­u­lat­ors con­sult on Op­er­a­tion­al Re­si­li­ence: A paradigm shift in the reg­u­la­tion...
Back­ground On 5 Decem­ber 2019, the FCA, PRA and Bank of Eng­land (the “Reg­u­lat­ors”) all pub­lished their joint and co­ordin­ated Con­sulta­tion Pa­pers (“CPs” the CPs are avail­able here, here and here)...