Jagveen Tyndall is an associate in the London office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Data & Technology Transactions Practice. Mr. Tyndall has broad experience advising clients across a range of sectors including healthcare, private equity, and financial services on a range of technology and commercial issues.

Prior to qualifying into Latham’s London office, Mr. Tyndall completed a secondment in the firm’s Singapore office where he primarily worked on a complex global outsourcing for a multinational mining and metals company.

Mr Tyndall’s experience covers:

  • Large scale technology and outsourcing transactions
  • Commercial contracts, joint ventures, and other technology arrangements
  • Data privacy and GDPR compliance
  • IP aspects of finance and security arrangements
  • Fintech and payments

Mr. Tyndall’s experience includes advising:

Outsourcing and Technology

  • A large financial services provider in relation to the re-negotiation of a complex €3 billion IT infrastructure outsourcing deal
  • A large entertainment, sports, and media company headquartered in the Middle East on a variety on ongoing commercial, IT, and software projects
  • A large information technology services company headquartered in the Middle East on a variety of services agreements in relation to their digital health platform
  • A US based supplier of wireless routers and cloud management software in relation to their European distribution agreement
  • A US based supplier of wireless personal testbeds in relation to their proposed transition, termination and settlement of various ongoing European distributor arrangements
  • A global risk management, insurance, and professional services company on the first phase of their RFP process to select a supplier for a facilitates management outsourcing

Data Privacy

  • A global technology and financial software company on multiple ongoing transactions and acquisitions in relation to GDPR compliance and proposed data integration activities
  • Various global fund administrators and investment firms on ongoing GDPR compliance advice in relation to their Administration Agreements, Privacy Notices, Cookies Compliance, and data transfer measures following the CJEU decision in Schrems II
  • An Israeli software company providing cloud based web-development services in relation to their data processing agreements and data transfer measures following the CJEU decision in Schrems II
  • A global Internet of Things (IoT) company headquartered in China on their internal measures to ensure GDPR compliance
  • A multinational biopharmaceutical solutions and clinical research organisation in relation to their global intra-group data transfer agreement
  • A leading global accountancy and consultancy firm on its global privacy impact assessment (PIA) process to minimize privacy and security risks, and achieve compliance with global information laws for new systems and tools

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)

Education

  • LPC, The University of Law London Moorgate, 2015
    Distinction
  • GDL, The University of Law London Moorgate, 2014
    Disctinction
  • MPhil in Theology & Religious Studies, University of Cambridge, 2013
  • BA (Hons) in Theology & Religious Studies, University of Cambridge, 2012