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Remote Working Technology – Challenges and Opportunities



The use of technology in business has increased exponentially over recent years but the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a surge in the use of remote working technology. This has also resulted in a sharp rise in cybercrime and fraud.

As the number of people working from home looks likely to remain high after lockdown, this online event looks at practical measures which businesses can take to stay secure and distinguish themselves from the competition.

Hosted by Lynn Richmond, partner at BTO Solicitors, this event will explore:

  • Ensuring confidence in customers and clients when remote working
  • Policies and procedures
  • Protecting Digital Assets
  • The importance of Plan B

Please register for this event and we will email you Zoom access details nearer the time.

Please note this webinar will be recorded and shared at a later date.  By joining the call you consent to the recording and sharing of the webinar. 



Lynn Richmond


Lynn is a Partner in Commercial Dispute Resolution; Intellectual Property and Technology; and Data Protection. Lynn is WS Accredited in Commercial Litigation and is described by her clients as a versatile and able civil litigator with strong advocacy, negotiating and drafting skills. Her experience covers a variety of legal areas, including intellectual property, technology, data protection, freedom of information and general commercial litigation. She undertakes both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property and technology work, advising clients on all aspects of IP transactions, licensing, protection, enforcement and commercialisation. She has worked on a number of high profile intellectual property disputes, both for and against major international companies. As part of BTO’s Data Protection Team, Lynn advises on data protection compliance, data breaches, claims and subject rights and advises on freedom of information matters for a variety of businesses and organisations in many sectors. Lynn has made numerous successful appearances in Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland including appeals before the Sheriff Principal and Sheriff Appeal Court, Tribunal appearances, appearances at the Court of Session, and at mediation and arbitration. Lynn has been a director of the Scottish Society for Computers and Law since 2008 and is a member of The Intellectual Property Lawyers Organisation. Lynn is also the Scottish representative for the Forum of Insurance Lawyers’ Technology and Cyber Liabilities Sector Focus Team.

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Remote Working Technology – Challenges and Opportunities

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Date & Time

Tue, 15 September 2020

16:00 - 17:00


Online via Zoom
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