Omri Bouton

Position

Trainee

Telephone Number

+350 200 79000

Languages

English, Italian, Hebrew

Omri is a trainee solicitor at Hassans working across the Corporate & Commercial, Interactive Entertainment & Esports, FinTech and Data Protection departments, interacting closely with partner and co-head of the FinTech department Anthony Provasoli (Tier 1 FinTech Lawyer – Chambers and Partners).

Before joining Hassans, he has previously gathered in-house experience dealing with the registration and the enforcement of intellectual property rights and general regulatory compliance.

Omri completed his law degree at City, University of London through the Graduate Entry programme, followed by a master in intellectual property law at Queen Mary University of London, focusing on the management and strategic use of IP rights in business, particularly in the creative industries, and on interactive entertainment law.

More recently, Omri has been actively involved with the establishment and the development of the Interactive Entertainment & Esports department of Hassans, as well as in promoting this industry in Gibraltar by liaising with the GEVGA (of which he is honorary member), and stakeholders at different levels of the industry including professional players, teams, content creators and other interested parties. Omri is also a member of the UK Interactive Entertainment Association (UKIE).

Prior to pursuing a career in law, Omri worked as a sound engineering and audio producer in a small studio in London, which he co-founded shortly after having obtained the BA(Hons) in Audio Production at SAE Institute, between the campuses of Milan and London.

Omri is an IISP accredited EU GDPR Practitioner (IBITGQ) and a Certified Data Protection Officer (C-DPO, IBITGQ). In addition, he successfully completed the Oxford Fintech Programme, Said Business School, University of Oxford and the Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the Information Age online course from Harvard University.

Specialism: Intellectual Property

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