Amy is an experienced litigator with particular expertise in contentious matters with a regulatory, public law or economic aspect, having acted for a number of regulators across different sectors in cases concerning challenges to regulatory decisions, supervisory and enforcement actions and investigations.

Amy also acts for international and domestic clients in a range of contentious data protection and privacy matters, particularly those arising under the GDPR. 

Key highlights include advising:

  • Various organisations on data and privacy related issues including:
    1. Statutory inquiries under the GDPR;
    2. Appeals of regulatory decisions;
    3. Criminal prosecutions for breaches of the European Communities (Electronic Communications Networks and Services) (Privacy and Electronic Communications) Regulations 2011;
    4. Claims by data subjects for damages arising from alleged data breaches;
    5. Issues arising from data subject access requests; and
    6. Potential liability from cyber security issues.
  • Central Bank of Ireland across a range of High Court actions and investigations
  • Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) in a number of Commercial Court cases including in relation to Universal Service Obligations
  • Vodafone in High Court proceedings against a non-practising entity claiming abuse of a dominant position by in the manner by which it conducted FRAND licensing negotiations relating to Standard Essential Patents