Sidley welcomes Wim Nauwelaerts as privacy and cybersecurity partner

Wim Nauwelaerts of Sidley

Sidley Austin LLP announced that Wim Nauwelaerts joined the firm as a partner in its Brussels office. He will be a member of Sidley’s global privacy and cybersecurity practice.

Mr. Nauwelaerts has almost 20 years of experience in privacy and data protection matters. He advises companies on all aspects of EU and international data protection and privacy compliance, including preparation for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data transfer strategies, data security and breach requirements, and compliance training.

He also assists clients with contract negotiations and represents them before supervisory authorities. While Mr. Nauwelaerts counsels clients in a variety of sectors, he has particular experience with life sciences, technology and new media clients.

“We have seen tremendous growth in our European data protection practice, which will continue as companies prepare for, and thereafter comply with, the GDPR,” said Alan Raul, founder and co-leader of Sidley’s global Privacy and cybersecurity practice.

“Adding Wim to our outstanding team of privacy practitioners in Europe, led by John Casanova and William Long, is a logical next step in ensuring we continue to provide clients with the highest level of service in developing and implementing privacy, data protection and cybersecurity programs around the world.”

With 1,900 lawyers in 20 offices around the globe, Sidley is a premier legal adviser for clients across the spectrum of industries

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