Guy Sereff’s intellectual property practice is informed by years of corporate experience negotiating hundreds of technology transactions and advising on the most significant data protection laws globally. Guy focuses on technology transactions, data security and privacy, using his years of in-house legal experience and knowledge to assist clients in finding practical solutions to complex problems.
Prior to Brownstein, Guy worked as data protection officer and associate general counsel at CenturyLink, gaining experience developing privacy compliance programs. At CenturyLink, he developed and oversaw the implementation of protective measures for personal data under the European Union General Data Protection Regulation and other international laws governing data privacy. Before joining CenturyLink, Guy was a vice president and associate counsel at Urban Lending Solutions, where he handled technology transactions and policy development.
Guy was also recently a professor of practice at Washington and Lee University School of Law, where he taught a practice-based course for third-year law students on issues in privacy, intellectual property, cybercrime, data security and internet governance.