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    1. David Frydlinger

      Partner and Managing Partner

      Contact
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      David Frydlinger

      David is Cirio’s Managing Partner and also heads our Digital Synergy area group. Among other things, he has extensive experience of drafting and negotiating IT agreements, including outsourcing, cloud computing, software development and similar contracts. He is also an expert in data privacy and information security.

      David is responsible for Vested and relational contracting at Cirio. He is a Certified Deal Architect in Vested and a lecturer in Collaborative Contracting at the University of Tennessee.

      • Rankings and reviews

        David is named as a leading lawyer in Sweden in IT, Telecoms and Fintech by Chambers & Partners.

      • CV
        2019-
        Cirio
        2009–2018
        Lindahl law firm, Partner
        2007–2009
        Ventelo Sverige, Corporate Lawyer
        2005–2006
        Glocalnet, Corporate Lawyer
        2000–2004
        Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyr?
        Languages:

        Swedish and English

      • Education
        2000
        Uppsala University, LL.M.
      • Membership
        2010
        Member of the Swedish Bar Association
      • Publications

        Co-author of “GDPR – juridik, organisation och s?kerhet enligt dataskyddsf?rordningen” Norstedts Juridik 2018

        Author of “What's In It For We - Ink?p, outsourcing och strategiska partnerskap med Vested”, Liber 2015

        Co-author of “Molntj?nster – juridik, aff?r och s?kerhet”, Norstedts Juridik 2013

        Co-author of ”Getting to We – negotiating agreements for highly collaborative relationships”, Palgrave Macmillan 2013

        Author to “Det aff?rsjuridiska hantverket – arbetet innanf?r avtalsfrihetens gr?nser”, Norstedts Juridik 2012

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