Maggie Meng – Global Law Office – Beijing – Lawyer profile
cybersecurity; Personal information and privacy protection; Anti-corruption and bribery; Anti-monopoly and unfair competition
Maggie Meng has worked for more than 10 years in Fortune 500 multinational companies such as Nokia and at prestigious law firms. She has served as the General Counsel and Data Protection Officer in a renowned AI unicorn company. She has provided legal services to large multinational companies, renowned internet companies, automobile manufacturers and enterprises in sectors such as IoT, telecommunications, cloud services, AI, e-commerce, finance, medical care, industrial internet, advertising and big data, assisting enterprises to build data compliance systems both at home and abroad, providing legal advice at both the general and project-specific level. In her practice, she synthesized numerous practical and implementation-ready methodologies, all of which were well received by her clients.
Since 2019, Meng has served as a co-chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) in China. She ranked in Chambers Greater China Region Guide 2022: Data Protection & Privacy, Technology, Media, Telecoms (TMT), She has been recognized by Legal 500 as one of the Highly Recommended Lawyers in TMT in 2020, a Leading Individual in TMT, a Leading Individual in Data Protection, and a Top Fintech Lawyer in 2022 and 2021. LegalBand has recognized her as one of the China Top 15 Consumer and Retail Lawyers, China Top 15 Automobile and New Energy Lawyers, China Top 15 Cybersecurity and Data Compliance Lawyers in 2021 and 2020. Beijing Lawyers Association has recognized her as one of the China Top 1000 foreign-related expert lawyers.
She has several hundred contributions published by mainstream journals and Internet platforms to her name. In addition, she has co-authored a series of ground-breaking white papers and reports for a number of research institutions and enterprises, including the first and the second edition of the SDK Security and Compliance White Paper for the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology, the Individualized Presentation of Security and Compliance Report for the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology and Nandu Personal Information Protection Research Center, the Globalization and Privacy Protection Guide and Analysis of Personal Information Protection Laws and Standards with Wolters Kluwer, the Cookie Compliance Guide for Xiaomi Corporation and the Personal Information Compliance System Construction in Compliance with Both Domestic and Overseas Standards for Microsoft. At the end of 2021, she summarized data compliance practices and published two reports, A Tribute to 2022, Year of Maturity for Data Compliance: Regulatory Activity Summary and Trend Forecast and the Collection of Commentary Articles on New Cybersecurity and Data Compliance Regulations in 2021.
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