Sinem Mermer has joined Turkey's Boden Law Firm as Partner and Head of the firm’s new Technology and Innovation Practice.
According to the firm, Boden's Technology and Innovation Practice will aim “to provide extensive and technical legal services whilst our clients are taking steps towards adapting their businesses to the ever-changing economic landscape.”
According to Boden, Mermer “has focused her practice on international matters – be it contracts or dispute settlement. She advises corporate clients from various sectors such as automotive, healthcare, hospitality, energy, construction, infrastructure, logistics, banking and finance, media and entertainment, manufacturing and distribution on fintech, data and automation, AI, biotech and other emerging technologies. She assists clients in forming strategic alliances, handling compliance matters, international growth, and drafting, negotiating and managing contracts. Further, she actively manages complex international legal projects and consults clients on merger and acquisition matters involving venture capital firms. Understanding the value of big data and new trends of regulating data protection, Sinem provides legal advice to corporations on data collection, processing and sharing, and on issues in connection with multi-jurisdictional cybersecurity matters.”
Mermer holds an LL.B. from Istanbul Bilgi University and an LL.M. from Fribourg University in Switzerland. Prior to joining Boden she spent two years with Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, a year with Schellenberg Wittmer, and four years as a solo practitioner.