Gruffydd Owen Solicitor
Gruff is a Solicitor based in our Cardiff Commercial team.
Main areas of practice
Gruff assists the team with matters of general commercial law and public procurement law.
Gruff completed his law degree at Cardiff University and was awarded a scholarship to study an LLM Masters degree at Queen Mary University, London. He returned to Cardiff University to complete his Legal Practice Course.
Following the defeat of the Government's EU Withdrawal Agreement in the House of Commons on 15 January, the risk of a no-deal Brexit has increased and there remains considerable uncertainty about how data protection laws will apply after 29 March 2019.
Related Knowledge & Resources
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