Kolvin Stone

Technology Companies Group

Kolvin Stone is a partner in the Technology Companies Group in London.  Kolvin focuses on technology related transactions and legal issues advising at the intersection of technology, intellectual property and data.

Kolvin assists innovative, fast-growing companies and multinational corporations on their commercial transactions on a cross-border basis, providing advice on intellectual property, privacy and consumer protection, and Internet regulation.

Kolvin provides strategic counselling on areas such as global privacy compliance and ecommerce, and the internationalisation of technology and web-based services. He has advised companies such as Instagram, NVIDIA, Facebook, Levi’s, Made.com, WNS, Skimlinks, Qubit, Neiman Marcus and 23andMe.

Kolvin co-chairs the firm’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Group.

Kolvin Stone
  • Panelist, "Technology Advancements and New Developments in the Law – The EU Perspective," IAPP KnowledgeNet (March 2, 2016)
Select Publications
  • Executive Editor, Trust Anchor
  • Quoted, "Legal Action Against Privacy Shield in EU 'Seems Inevitable'" E-Commerce Law & Policy, February 5, 2016.
  • Co-Author, “German DPAs Add Further Pressure to E.U.-U.S. Data Transfers,” Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal, January 2016.
  • Author of 'Brands online' chapter in 'The Handbook of European Brand Rights Management' published by Kogan Page, 2011.
Admitted In
  • England and Wales

  • LL.B., with honors, Brunel University, 1996
  • Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Exeter
  • British Interactive Media Association and the Society for Computers and Law

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