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David Miller leads our Commercial team, working with a wide range of companies.

He regularly provides advice and bespoke training to clients on contract law, data protection and intellectual property and has a particular interest in advising businesses in the IT sector on procurement and software supply agreements.

He has also worked in-house for some of his clients, having spent several months as Interim Head of UK Legal at publishing giant LexisNexis (part of the RELX Group) and undertaken secondments with Reckitt Benckiser, the multi-national consumer products company, responsible for market-leading brands such as Nurofen, Durex and Vanish.

David is a key member of the firm’s management board, formulating strategic objectives and playing a vital role in the management and planning of Flint Bishop’s future.

Having been described as “excellent” and “extremely client-focused” by The Legal 500, the UK’s leading guide to lawyers and law firms, David prides himself on his ability to provide straightforward commercial advice to his clients.

David has extensive experience in conducting data protection audits and advising on data protection policies and compliance. He works with numerous businesses across various sectors on projects ranging from time-critical advice on data breaches, through to long-term projects developing systems of data protection compliance.

David is also the originator of Flint Bishop’s unique risk audit product, which is a tool for analysing commercial legal risk within an organisation and has conducted many audits over the last few years, a process which has been described as “extremely useful” and “comforting in a litigious age.”

He completed his Graduate Diploma and Legal Practice Course at Staffordshire University, having previously completed his degree in International History and Politics at the University of Leeds.


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