Liu Zhen has been fully responsible for the legal and compliance affairs of Xiaomi Corporation including privacy compliance, intellectual property management and dispute resolution in a wide range of jurisdictions cross Asia, Europe and North America.
Prior to joining Xiaomi, Liu Zhen served at tier one domestic law firms as a patent attorney and attorney at law specialized in intellectual property litigation and arbitration.
Peter O Keeffe is Head of Legal in Asia Pacific for the global footwear brand Dr. Martens plc.
Based in Hong Kong, Peter is responsible for overseeing all commercial and corporate matters for Dr. Martens’ business for its China, South East Asia and Australia markets
Peter started his legal career practicing as a Barrister-at-Law in Ireland spending nearly a decade practicing in commercial and general litigation matters. Peter and joined Dr. Martens in 2015 and was Senior Legal Counsel for Dr. Martens group before moving to his current role as Head of Legal in Asia Pacific in 2018.
As Head of Legal in Asia Pacific Peter develops, initiates, maintains, and revises policies and procedures for the general operation of Dr. Martens’ data protection compliance infrastructure in Asia Pacific and is responsible for the implementation and support of its global compliance program in the region.
Ken Dai is a partner at Dentons Shanghai Office and an Adjunct Professor at Shanghai Jiaotong University, teaching the course of data protection & privacy, and cybersecurity. He is also a columnist at Forbes China.
Ken is one of the pioneering lawyers practicing law in the area of data protection in China. He started offering professional legal services for quite a number of multinational corporations and large enterprises in respect of the application and enforcement policies of data and privacy laws since 2012, including without limitation: (i) reviewing and revising privacy policies; (ii) analysing the feasibility of business modes from the perspective of data and privacy protection; (iii) issuing compliance opinions on cross-border transfer of data; (iv) employees’ privacy compliance; (v) due diligence and M&A, and; (vi) big data and competition. He advised clients in various industries including life sciences, automobiles, chemicals, advertising and media, fashion and luxury goods, big data and the Internet, logistics and supply chain, etc.
Ken Dai was ranked as one of the “2017 Client Choice Top 20 Lawyers” by Asian Legal Business (ALB), commended as “In-House Community External Counsel of the Year” at the In-House Community Counsel of the Year Awards 2016, and recognized as one of the “Top10 Outstanding Young Lawyers in Shanghai Pudong New Area” in 2013.
Goodall Feng's practice area includes cybersecurity, data and privacy protection. She is licensed to practice in China and New York State, USA, and has five years of practice experience.
Goodall Feng mainly assists clients in establishing data and privacy protection compliance systems in China, including but not limited to drafting and reviewing privacy policies, data compliance policies, data breach response policies. She also advises clients on specific business scenarios, such as cross-border data transfer, CIIO assessment. She has provided legal services related to data protection for companies in different areas, including healthcare, energy, auto, etc.
Nick Graham is the Global Co-Chair of Dentons' Privacy and Cybersecurity Group. He specialises in data privacy, cybersecurity, information governance, as well as freedom of information. Nick advises across all sectors including retail, telecoms, energy, manufacturing, banking, insurance, transport, technology and digital media.
Nick has over 20 years’ experience and has been advising on data privacy since the days of the Data Protection Act 1984 and the early enforcement activities of the FTC. He has advised on all aspects of data privacy including global compliance strategy, privacy impact assessments, data breach and incident response, international data transfers, customer data strategy, data retention and data exploitation. Most recently, he has advised on Big Data, cloud computing, cyber attacks, consumer tracking, biometrics, data sovereignty, conflicts of data laws, compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulation and transfers in light of the Schrems II ruling.